The legal war between Angelina Jolie and ex-husband Brad Pitt has taken a new turn. The already disputed break-up of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie became a little more controversial this Thursday. Pitt reportedly sued Jolie, claiming she liquidated the share of a French Winery they owned to Russian Oligarch.
What’s So Contentious?
As contented by Loss Angeles Superior court After the split, Jolie sold her stake in the winery to a spirit-manufacturer of Luxembourg coordinated by Yuri Shefler, Russian Oligarch.
Surprisingly, her former husband, Brad Pitt, didn’t know anything about it, although they settled in a previous agreement not to sell their individual stake without each other’s consent. Representatives found Jolie Unavailable after business hours for remark.
What’s With the Lawsuit?
As per the lawsuit, the former couples bought an interest in the year 2008 in the Southern France Winery. “As a home to share with their children and the vineyard as a family business,” they pictured the estate where they got married in 2014.
Now, The lawsuit states, “the vineyard became Pitt’s passion — and a profitable one, as Miraval, under Pitt’s stewardship, has grown into a multimillion-dollar international success story and one of the world’s most highly regarded producers of rosé wine.”
According to the suit, “Jolie consummated the purported sale without Pitt’s knowledge, denying Pitt the consent right she owed him and the right of the first refusal her business entity owed his.”
What Do We Think?
Post the shock split between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie after spending a decade together and 2 years of marital relationship, this incident has made the fandom go stunned. Despite the mutual legal agreement regarding the interest of the Southern France Winery, Maleficent’s Miss Of Evil sold it off without Brad’s consent. That’s a clear showcase of a breach of contract.