Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, once considered Hollywood’s golden couple, left fans shocked when they split and Angelina filed for divorce in 2016 citing “irreconcilable differences”. Since then, they often grab the headlines over the divorce proceedings, and their legal matters. A magazine recently claimed that Angelina is selling one of Brad Pitt’s most favourite painting for ‘peanuts’ to spite him. Is it true though? Read on to find out.
A report in the National Enquirer reads, “Angie’s Brush-Off To Brad: Dumps His Favorite Painting.” The magazine further claims that Angelina is ‘twisting the knife in her custody war’ by selling the painting he loves for cheap. It states that the painting was originally created by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill for President Franklin Roosevelt and is worth about 3.4 million dollars, and was bought by the couple in 2011. A source told the magazine that Angelina is claiming that she has to sell off assets as Brad hasn’t been supporting her properly. The source further claims that after paying off the taxes and auction fees, the amount that will be left will be comparatively small, and the source claims that it appears Angelina is doing this out of spite since it was Brad’s beloved painting.
However, Gossip Cop has now busted the report, and claimed that it is fake. According to Gossip Cop, the painting will go up for sale in March for a price between 2 million dollars and 3.2 million dollars, which is not less than its true worth. Gossip Cop quoted a CNN report stating that Brad bought the painting for Jolie when they were still together, so Angelina has the right to auction it off.
Gossip Cop claims that Angelina and their kids moved to another house just so they could be closer to brad Pitt, which is another proof, that Angelina isn’t bent on spiting Brad or anything as extreme. ALSO READ: Angelina Jolie Opens Up On Her Separation With Husband Brad Pitt, Says Past Few Years Were Pretty HARD And Family Is In Healing Phase Now
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