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Nicolas Cage may be investigated for child abuse.

Nicolas Cage may be investigated for child abuse.

Nicolas Cage may be investigated for child abuse.

Nicolas Cage may be investigated for child abuse after allegedly dropping his 5-year-old son when he was intoxicated on the night of his April 15 arrest. Cage was arrested recently for domestic battery, disturbing the peace and public intoxication.

A police report obtained by TMZ stated that his wife Alice told police that Cage, due to his drunken state, fell while holding their son Kal-El. The fall caused their son to suffer a minor abrasion to his left knee.

However, a witness told cops another story. He claims he saw “Mr. Cage pull the male child to the ground by his hand.”

A child abuse detective was notified. Cops said they wanted to interview Kal-El but his mother wouldn’t allow it.

RadarOnline.com said that the child abuse detective determined that no further investigation is needed, but a Child Protective Service rep may be contacted and an investigation could be launched.

Oprah Settles Suit With Former South African School Headmistress

Oprah Settles Suit With Former South African School Headmistress

Oprah Settles Suit With Former South African School Headmistress

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