Brad Pitt Accuses Ex-Wife Angelina Jolie Of Illegally Selling Her Stake In A French Winery, Files LAWSUIT In Los Angeles Supreme Court!

Brad Pitt’s filed the lawsuit in Los Angeles supreme court and has asked the judicial system to reverse a pact made by Angelina Jolie.

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Brad Pitt Accuses Ex-Wife Angelina Jolie Of Illegally Selling Her Stake In A French Winery, Files LAWSUIT In Los Angeles Supreme Court!
Brad Pitt, 58, has reportedly sued his ex-wife and Angelina Jolie, 46, for a business deal she made with Russian Oligarch, Yuri Shefler, which ultimately led to her selling off 50% shares of a France winery the former couple owned. 

The lawsuit reportedly suggested that Angelia Jolie is accused of illegally selling off her share of their French estate, Château Miraval. 


The couple had mutually purchased the land in 2008 and Pitt has allegedly developed the winery on his own by investing his sweat and wealth, which has now turned to ashes overnight.

The Fury actor filed the lawsuit in Los Angeles supreme court and has asked the judicial system to reverse a pact made by Jolie that delivered her share to Stoli Group subsidiary Tenute del Mondo, which is run by Shefler and award him damages in connection with the transaction.


The court documents suggest that he and Jolie initially purchased the winery in 2008 for $28.4 million, at which time she put down about 40 per cent of the funding (about $11.36 million).

If we are to go by the reports, Pitt has accused Jolie of not matching his efforts to develop the winery since 2013 and claimed that he built the multi-million dollar business on his own. 



A Meaww report also suggested that Pitt also informed the court that he and Jolie had agreed not to sell off their interest in the winery without the consent of the other party. 

On the personal front, after working for many years in the industry, the duo tied knots in 2014, however decided to part ways after they encountered mutual conflicts in interests in 2016. Jolie filed for divorce in September 2016, leading to an ongoing legal battle that has persisted into 2022 on multiple fronts.

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