Brad Pitt sues Angelina Jolie for selling stake in their French vineyard, accuses her of causing him ‘gratuitous harm’
Brad Pitt sued his used wife Angelina Jolie for selling her stake in a French winery they’d sold collectively — and the set apart they had been married — to a Russian businessman.
In a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles on Thursday, Pitt acknowledged Jolie broke their settlement no longer to sell their pursuits in Chateau Miraval with out the assorted’s consent by selling her stake to a unit of Stoli Group, a spirits maker managed by oligarch Yuri Shefler.
The Oscar-a success couple in 2008 had sold a controlling pastime in Miraval, which is in the village of Correns in southeastern France, between Marseille and Wonderful. They had been married there in 2014.
Pitt, 58, acknowledged he had “poured cash and sweat fairness” into making Miraval amongst the arena’s most highly regarded makers of rose wine, with annual income exceeding $50 million, the criticism acknowledged.
He accused Jolie, 46, of seeking “unearned windfall profits” from his work, whereas inflicting “gratuitous harm.”
Legal professionals for Jolie did no longer straight acknowledge on Friday to requests for divulge.