Rumors are flying and things are getting ugly in the divorce between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. People were stunned when news emerged that she had filed for divorce from her husband of two years and it did not take long for a number of supposed reasons for the split to emerge. The latest news involved allegations that he was emotionally and physically abusive toward the children, but now there are reports that contradict some of these claims. What's the latest?

Ugly allegations regarding child abuse are emerging.

According to TMZ, Angelina Jolie filed for divorce immediately after an issue on a flight the family took to Los Angeles a few days ago.

The allegations are that Brad Pitt got drunk on the private flight and screamed at his children. It was also reported that he got pretty physical with them as well. Sources claim that someone outside of the family, who was either on the tarmac or the plane during the supposed incident, called the Department of Children and Family Services.

The site also says that DCFS has interviewed both Brad and Angelina, and the children will be interviewed as well. In addition, the site says that this report to DCFS has sparked an open case with the Los Angeles Police Department into Pitt. However, according to "US Weekly", the LAPD has not yet pursued an investigation into allegations of child abuse by Brad Pitt.

The Angelina and Brad divorce is prompting many rumors

These allegations of emotional and physical abuse come on the heels of other rumors about a supposed affair on Pitt's part, drug and alcohol abuse allegations, and various other sordid tales.

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Jolie is reportedly going for full custody of the couple's six children and wants only visitation rights for her estranged husband. However, Brad is determined to fight against that.

How much uglier will the divorce between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt get? Things are escalating quickly as serious allegations fly around and everybody will have to stay tuned to see what will emerge next as the process moves forward.