A Millionaire Lawsuit Is Filed Against Brad Pitt By Angelina Jolie

A lawsuit filed by Angelina Jolie, through the Novel investment company that she used to own, against her ex-husband, Brad Pitt, is worth billions of dollars. According to Page Six, the actress is suing Brad Pitt for $250 million. It has been reported that Pitt allegedly “seized control” of the Chateau Miraval winery, which the couple bought when they were still together in 2008. This is allegedly because Pitt was in retaliation for the couple’s divorce and custody dispute.

Actress Angelina Jolie’s decision is in response to a lawsuit filed by the actor’s lawyers, which seeks to reverse Angelina’s sale to Stoli of her share of the winery.

According to court papers, Brad “engaged in a multifaceted, years-long campaign to seize control of Chateau Miraval and appropriate the company’s assets for his benefit as well as for his own companies and friends.” He declared himself the rightful owner of Chateau Miraval with the twin objectives of usurping the value of Nouvel’s company and obtaining the company’s sole ownership.”

The winery was even negotiated with Pitt during the process, but he made last-minute demands which did not result in an agreement. As a result of Pitt’s hubris, he demanded onerous and irrelevant conditions at the eleventh hour, including a clause barring Jolie from discussing the events that led to their marriage’s breakdown. Page Six reports that Pitt tried to get Jolie to agree to his unreasonable terms by knowing much of Jolie’s wealth and liquidity were tied up in.

A lawsuit alleges that Angelina Jolie continues to refuse to work with the new owners of the winery after Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt failed to reach an agreement in October 2021. The lawsuit claims that the actress sold 50% of the winery to Stoli. Brad Pitt has not yet commented on the case, but it has been reverberating in the world media.

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