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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 9.23.16

So, yesterday I told you that the LAPD was investigating a potential case of child abuse against Brad Pitt after an incident on the Brangelina family plane last week.  Then, the LAPD came out and said, no, no, no, we don’t have any investigation or potential case against Pitt and everyone went, huh?  So, what’s going on?  The child abuse allegations against Brad Pitt have been referred to the FBI, who has jurisdiction over the situation because the alleged incident occurred in the air while the family was flying from France back to their L.A. home.

A source close to the situation says there is video of the incident, in which Pitt can be seen yelling and looking drunk, but not doing anything physical.

Brad Pitt’s side claims that things between Brad and Angie got out of hand, and one of the kids stepped in, but nothing inappropriate happened.

Congratulations go out to Adam Levine and his wife Behati Prinsloo who welcomed their baby girl Dusty Rose!

Supermodel Gigi Hadid  was exiting a fashion show in Italy, arm-in-arm with her sister Bella when Gigi was suddenly lifted into the air by a man who grabbed her from behind.  The man was later identified as Vitalii Sediuk, who has gained notoriety for physically accosting a handful of Hollywood’s most famous figures on red carpets, including Will Smith, Bradley Cooper and Leonardo DiCaprio. Both sisters fought back, withGigi elbowing Sediuk in the neck before he let her go and ran away. Then a website published a headline calling Gigi out for “not model behavior,” and she took to Twitter saying  “To unknown article writer: fan?!!! The ACTUAL fans that were there can tell you what happened. I’m a HUMAN BEING and had EVERY RIGHT to defend myself. How dare that idiot thinks he has the right to man-handle a complete stranger. He ran quick tho.”

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