Actor Brad Pitt reportedly has some "dynamite" audio recordings of Jolie which he may use to prevent her from getting primary custody of their six children.
The report of the tapes came days after the DCFS officially closed the child abuse case against Pitt, who was accused of hitting his son Maddox during a September plane fight that led to his and Jolie's divorce. After eight weeks of investigation, the "Fury" actor was cleared of all allegations, reports aceshowbiz.com.
"We believe audio tapes exist of Angelina that would be absolutely dynamite against her if they were to be made public. Nobody wants to play dirty like that - it's not good for the children - but Angelina and her team seem absolutely hell-bent on trying to discredit Brad in order to stop him getting joint custody," a source told The Sun newspaper.
It was earlier reported that Pitt allegedly verbally and physically abused one of his children while he was drunk on a private plane, an incident which led his wife Angelina Jolie to file for divorce, reports tmz.com.
However, according to a source, Pitt "takes the matter very seriously and says he did not commit any abuse of his children. It's unfortunate that people involved are continuing to present him in the worst possible light".
The Los Angeles Police Department is working with the Los Angeles county Department of Children and Family Services to investigate the claims that Pitt screamed at one of his children.
It is alleged that when the plane landed, the 52-year-old continued to shout before trying to leave the airport in a fuel truck.
Pitt and Jolie are said to have been interviewed by officers.