Brad Pitt Accuses Angelina Jolie of intentionally Harming Reputation of Wine Company He ‘Carefully Built’

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The legal conflicts between Hollywood stars don’t end. Now, Brad Pitt accuses his ex-wife Angelina Jolie of trying to harm him by secretly selling his stake in a French vineyard to a “Russian oligarch” with “poisonous intentions.”

The ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ star also alleges in a new court filing that there is a plan to take full control of his multi-billion dollar wine project.

Angelina sold half of the thriving Château Miraval winery to a company run by Yuri Shefler, owner of the firm that produces the iconic Russian vodka Stolichnaya, renamed Stoli.

Brad and Angelina, nicknamed Brangelina before their split, bought the winery in Correns, southeastern France, in 2008 and when they divorced the estate was said to be valued at $164 million.

The southern French château, where the couple married in 2014, became Brad’s “passion” and under his direction is one of the world’s most beloved rosé wine producers, court documents say.

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However, in October 2021, Angelina “intended to sell her stake to Tenute del Mondo, a hostile third-party competitor bent on taking control of Miraval.”

They also allege that the ‘Maleficent’ actress’ motivation for the deal was to “inflict harm on Pitt.” “All of this is a direct result of Jolie’s wrongful conduct. In violation of the parties’ agreement, Jolie has tried to force Pitt to associate with a stranger, and worse, a stranger with poisonous associations and intentions.”

Brad and Angelina bought the château as a home to share with their six children, as well as a vineyard to run as a family business, the papers say. The first wine of the joint venture, Miraval Rosé 2012, sold out its first 6,000 bottles online within five hours of its launch.

Brad demands a jury trial and charges Angelina in the lawsuit with two counts of breach of contract, breach of good faith and interference with contractual relationships

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