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It looks like Brad Pitt isn't the only one getting some visits lately.

E! News has confirmed that the actor has seen his children for the second time since his highly publicized split with Angelina Jolie was announced, however, it's not clear whether the couple's eldest son, Maddox, has gone to see his father since the divorce filing.

A source tells us that the 15-year-old "is mad at his dad and doesn't want to see him now."

The famous father reportedly had a monitored visit that "lasted about 90 minutes at an undisclosed neutral location." In Touch, who first reported about the visit, also states that, "Brad wasn't as emotional as the first visit, but it was obvious that he was very happy to see the kids."

Meanwhile, Angelina received a visit of her own, but from the FBI. Two FBI agents spent three hours with Jolie and her kids at their Malibu home to gather facts about the alleged private plane incident that occurred between the children and Pitt, according to TMZ

When asked about the reported visit, an FBI spokesperson told E! News in a statement, "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."

As we previously reported, DCFS continues to investigate allegations that Pitt was involved in an incident with a child aboard a private plane recently, but an insider told us that the Allied star's main concern is his children and their well-being.

Jolie initially filed for sole physical custody of the kids, however the two A-listers came to a temporary custody agreement that gave Jolie temporary sole custody of their six kids while Pitt received visitation rights.

According to a source familiar with the voluntary agreement, both parents agreed to participate in individual counseling, and Pitt's initial visit with his children would be with a therapist, though nothing has been mandated for supervision or monitoring.

The source also noted that Jolie doesn't intend for this custody agreement to become permanent; she believes it's what's necessary right now and knows she and Pitt will need to co-parent together in the future.

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