Angelina Jolie Wins French Property Against Brad Pitt and He Launches New Battle lawsuit about French vineyard
Angelina Jolie Wins French Property
Angelina Jolie has agreed to sell her shares in Brad Pitt and her French property.
Angelina Jolie’s and Brad Pitt’s latest legal dispute regarding their $164million French estate Chateau Miraval was resolved when Jolie received legal rights to sell a share of Pitt’s Wine Label. It is valued at $164million.
Due to Pitt’s ongoing divorce, Quimicum, which owns Chateau Miraval and is owned by Quimicum, had previously caused problems for the actress.
Pitt’s ex-wife asked a California court for permission to sell the property despite the fact they were still completing their divorce proceedings.
In 2008, Quimicum was purchased by the two actors. The ownership of Quimicum was split 60-40, with Mondo Bongo holding the majority. The split was 50-50 after Mondo Bongo transferred shares to Nouvel in 2013.
However, Mondo Bongo, Pitt’s company, has filed a separate lawsuit against Nouvel’s company Nouvel over the estate to keep a majority of it.
Five years have passed since Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt. They have been involved in a custody dispute over their children Maddox, 20 years; Pax, 17; Zahara, 16; Shiloh, 15; and twins Vivienne & Knox, 13.
Angelina Jolie, born June 4, 1975, is an American actress and filmmaker. She has received numerous awards, including three Golden Globe Awards and an Academy Award.
Brad Pitt files a lawsuit against Angelina Jolie about French vineyards
Brad Pitt files a lawsuit against Angelina Jolie about French vineyards and launches a new fight against Angelina Jolie.
Brad Pitt, the Hollywood star, has launched a new lawsuit against Angelina Jolie regarding their French vineyard.
According to reports, the Maleficent actress is accused of getting Pitt out of a deal to buy her shares in Chateau Miraval, French property and vineyard.
According to the suit, Angelina Jolie claims she is trying to sell her 50% stake and circumvent Brad Pitt’s right-of-first-refusal. The lawsuit claims that she is trying to profit from the “incredible amount” of time, money, and work invested by the actor and his business partners.
According to reports, the court papers for Correns property were filed in Luxembourg Tuesday.
According to the lawsuit, Miraval is owned and controlled by Quimicum. Jolie and Pitt have 50 percent of Miraval through Mondo Bongo, Nouvel, and Nouvel.
William Bradley Pitt, an American actor, and producer, was born December 18, 1963. He has received multiple awards, including two Golden Globe Awards for his acting and an Academy Award. In addition, he was awarded a Primetime Emmy Award for his work as a producer with Plan B Entertainment.