Angelina Jolie
Actress Angelina Jolie leaves after her news conference at Azraq refugee camp for Syrians displaced by conflict, near Al Azraq city, Jordan, September 9, 2016. Reuters/Muhammad Hamed

A few weeks ago, various report claimed that Brad Pitt had a physical altercation with his eldest child, Maddox. To check on the same, FBI agents visited Angelina Jolie and the six kids in Malibu, where they are now residing as the divorce is finalised.

A source of TMZ confirmed that two FBI agents paid a visit to the household and spent more than three hours speaking to Angelina and the children. The agents apparently were there not as part of an investigation, but were only tasked to collect facts on the incident between Maddox and Brad. If there is enough information that calls for a full-fledged investigation, one will begin.

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The two FBI agents were reportedly very concerned about where the incident actually occurred, because the jurisdiction is in question. Brad and Maddox were were aboard a plane when the fight ensued. They also discussed whether or not Minnesota officials have authority, as the plane stopped there to refuel.

"In response to your inquiry regarding allegations within the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States; specifically, an aircraft carrying Mr Brad Pitt and his children, the FBI is continuing to gather facts and will evaluate whether an investigation at the federal level will be pursued," an FBI spokesperson told E! News.

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On Sept. 19, Angelina filed for divorce and sole physical custody of all six children -- Maddox (15), Pax (12), Zahara (11), Shiloh (10) and twins Knox and Vivienne (8). Since then, she and Brad have signed on a short-term custody agreement, wherein Angelina has sole custody and Brad has visitation rights. The 41-year-old actress, however, knows that the arrangement will be temporary in the long run. She has apprently admitted that she and Brad will need to co-parent their children, but that sole custody is a priority at this point.