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Brad Pitt hasn't seen his children since Angelina Jolie filed for divorce

Many have wondered how finances will play into the power couple's highly-publicized divorce, but E! News can confirm money is not the issue at this time.

Brad Pitt spoke with LAPD over family incident

A source with knowledge of the situation said Thursday: "[Brad] is taking this very seriously and he's cooperated. He has always worked hard to be a good father and wants to do whatever is best for his family."

"LAPD is not handling any report of allegations of child abuse for Mr. Brad Pitt," LAPD Officer Jenny Houser told CNN.

A spokesman for LA County Children and Family Services, Armand Montiel, added that "DCFS is not allowed to confirm or deny any subject of allegations."

Marion Cotillard denies Brad Pitt affair rumours

The French actress addressed rumours in an Instagram post.

"Many years ago, I met the man of my life. He is my love, my best friend, the only one that I need," she said.

Cotillard also revealed she and her husband Guillaume Canet were expecting their second child.

The 40-year-old's private life had been thrown in to the spotlight following the news that Jolie had filed for divorce on Monday, citing "irreconcilable differences".

Adele dedicates show to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie

The singer who's written her fair share of break-up songs, dedicated the second of her six nights at Madison Square to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

The couple, who have been together since 2004 and married in 2014, are getting divorced.

A few songs into her show, the Grammy winner asked if she could "address the elephant in the room," saying the news marks the "end of an era".

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt divorce: What's at stake

The two may have made millions between them since marrying in 2014, but as the two negotiate the terms of their just-announced divorce, one expert says their biggest battle could end up being over children, not wealth.

Jolie filed for divorce Monday after separating from her husband September 15, according to court documents.

Angelina Jolie files for divorce from Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from husband Brad Pitt, a source familiar with the filing confirmed to CNN.

Pitt and Jolie got married in 2014 but their relationship became the subject of speculation in 2004, when they co-starred in "Mr. & Mrs. Smith." At the time, Pitt was married to actress Jennifer Aniston.

In January 2005, Pitt and Aniston announced they were splitting and Aniston filed for divorce a few months later.

In April 2004, photos surfaced of Pitt, Jolie and her adopted son Maddox in Kenya.

Angelina Jolie named visiting professor of masters program

Jolie will be teaching a new masters program at Britain's prestigious London School of Economics (LSE), the university announced.

The program will be run by the LSE's Centre for Women, Peace and Security, which aims to promote gender equality and help women affected by conflict around the world.

She was named as one of four new "visiting professors in practice" who will contribute to the program.

"I am very encouraged by the creation of this masters program," Jolie said in a statement.

Jolie is no fan of Trump's Policy on Muslim Refugees

As a 15-year supporter and ambassador of international refugees, the Oscar winner is less than thrilled about Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump's approach to tackling the crisis in America.

Angelina Jolie admits she never wanted to be a mother

However, that wasn't always a title the actress wanted for herself.

Speaking with the Associated Press (via CTV News) while filming her upcoming movie First They Killed my Father in Cambodia, Jolie admitted she never actually had the desire to be a mother.

"It's strange, I never wanted to have a baby. I never wanted to be pregnant. I never babysat. I never thought of myself as a mother," the now mother-of-six revealed.

Angelina Jolie's film 'Unbroken' finally opens in Japan

There were concerns that right-wing extremists may try to disrupt the opening. But the crowd at Theatre Image Forum in Tokyo, a small theater that specializes in independent films and documentaries, was peaceful, appearing engrossed in the film, flinching at the torture scenes and sympathizing with the hero, Louis Zamperini.

The distributor said in a statement that it decided to go ahead with the showing because various views on war should be expressed, and because it was unnatural for a movie about Japan not to be shown in the country.