Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie They added a new edge to their acrimonious divorce proceedings. This, after TMZ affirmed that the protagonist of Once upon a time in Hollywood (2019) sued his ex-wife, whom he accuses of illegally selling the Château Miraval, a property that they both acquired in Correns (France) and that It was the scene of their wedding in 2014.
As it turned out, both Hollywood stars had agreed not to sell the farm they acquired together in 2008. Brad Pitt would have made the vineyard within the property become one of the most important producers of rosé wine in the world.
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What does Brad Pitt’s lawsuit against Angelina Jolie say?
In his lawsuit, the actor alleged that Angelina Jolie sold the part that corresponds to the Russian businessman Yuri Shefler without prior notice and, therefore, without his consent for said commercial transaction to be carried out.
“She sold her interest with the knowledge and intent that Shefler and his affiliates would seek to control the business that Pitt had been engaged in and undermine his investment in Miraval.”indicated a source quoted by Page Six.
The sale of the Château Miraval would have taken place in October 2021. Brad Pitt was surprised to learn that part of his multi-million dollar business had been acquired by Tenute del Mondo, a subsidiary of the Stoli Group, from Yuri Shefler.
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Does Angelina Jolie deliberately seek to harm Brad Pitt?
The star of World War Z (2013) points out in his lawsuit that Angelina Jolie stopped investing in the vineyard in 2013, being Brad Pitt who assumed 70% of the financing in the business.
“She deals free damage to Pitt. Jolie long ago stopped contributing to Miraval, while Pitt poured money and sweat into the wine business. Jolie is looking to seize profits she hasn’t made and returns on an investment she didn’t make,” the Page Six insider points out. In addition, he assures that the agreement signed by the protagonist of By the Sea (2015) and Alexander the Great (2004) prevents Brad Pitt from enjoying the 35-room mansion.