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Whoops! Helicopters, Police Rush To Brad & Angie's House After Their Kids Hit The Panic Button

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and their brood at Narita International Airport in Japan (Photo by Junko Kimura/Staff via Getty Images)
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Police in squad cars and a helicopter hightailed it to the Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt residence last night. Turns out that there was no emergency, and it was all just a false alarm. One of their children learned the hard way just what happens when you push the "panic alarm" installed inside their home, according to TMZ.

Police rushed over to the home up in the Hollywood Hills sometime around 9 pm.

Neither Brad Pitt nor Angelina Jolie were home, but police were greeted by a nanny who explained that it was all just a big mistake.

At least they weren't the target of a swatting prank.

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