Brad Pitt got into an argument with his son Maddox (pictured centre together) last week on the family's flight home from France, according to a source close to the actor and his estranged wife Angelina Jolie, which led to her decision to file for divorce.The actor and his 15-year-old son were at odds for unknown reasons, but Pitt did not touch the teenager at any time claims the source.
A statement from the FBI said: '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.' Ntokozo Qwabe, 25, the leader of the Rhodes must fall campaign, was filmed using a stick to hit a student's phone out of his hand.
He ranted his victim was guilty of white apartheid colonial entitlement.
Qwabe said that he had not whipped the man, but said he wished he hadn't been law-abiding and had 'whipped the entitlement out of him'.
Raja Taj (left) would 'always give his seat up for anyone who needed it'.
Hillary Clinton says there is 'no need' for her to take a neurological test and release the results as part of the disclosure for running for president.She told a Florida anchor in an interview she wouldn't take the test, amid questions about her health following a pneumonia diagnosis. And that's behind us now.' Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt on Monday, citing irreconcilable differences, just two years after they wed at their French estate Chateau Miraval.At a speech on Monday, a blogger questioned Clinton's darting eye movements. But signs of the Hollywood couple's crumbling marriage may have been evident as far back as last October when they visited Legoland theme park in Windsor.No longer does driving a Cortina or hosting a dinner party mark the middle classes.Now, it's all about Smeg fridges, Nutribullets and matching Samsonite luggage to set the classes apart.A new guide claims to offer the definitive guide to the aspirational brands that define Middle Britain.