Angelina Jolie’s Former Company Sues Brad Pitt for $250 Million

Brad Pitt is included as a respondent in a $250 million lawsuit filed by Angelina Jolie’s former company, Nouvel, which claims the actor engaged in a “pernicious conflict” to gain control of the vineyard he and Jolie purchased in 2008.

As indicated by authoritative reports, gotten by ET, Nouvel claims Pitt “engineered an up to this point well thought out plan” to hold onto control of House Miraval and involved the business as his “own fiefdom.”

ET connected with Nouvel, and it had no remark. A source tells ET that Jolie’s most recent claim against Pitt including their winery is “one more repeat and repackaging of old material to attempt to divert from the other party’s own way of behaving.”

The winery is known for the rosé wine it produces on the 1,300-section of land country home situated in the south of France. The property comprises of a villa, grape plantations and various different structures. As indicated by the claim, Pitt and Jolie set off on a mission to restore the winery’s “humble” business by mutually contributing “a huge number of dollars on upgrades to the property” through their venture organizations – – Pitt’s Mondo Bongo and Jolie’s Nouvel.

As per the claim, the arrangement was that Jolie would proceed with her helpful work while oversight of the winery “was left in the possession of Pitt.” By 2013, the claim guarantees, the winery’s business prospered, “producing a huge number of dollars in benefits.” The achievement likewise included House Miraval being named “best rosé of the year” by Wine Onlooker magazine. However, while business was blasting, the suit guarantees that in the background, things among Pitt and Jolie were soon going to head downhill.

In the claim, Nouvel makes reference to “Pitt fostered an openly recognized liquor misuse issue.” The suit likewise specifies “a serious and universally promoted episode between Pitt, Jolie and two or three’s youngsters,” suggesting the September 2016 personal luxury plane occurrence that was the subject of an unstable FBI report. Jolie would petition for legal separation that month and the separation was settled in 2019.


Nouvel claims in the claim that Pitt pursued a conflict after Jolie sought legal separation in 2016 and that he purportedly “set out on a complex, years-long mission to hold onto control of Manor Miraval and fitting the organization’s resources for his advantage and that of his own organizations and companions.”

Nouvel claims that Pitt froze the organization out of Manor Miraval and that Pitt regarded the winery as his “own fiefdom.” That’s what nouvel claims, after Pitt unobtrusively seized the profoundly productive winery, the entertainer “squandered its resources, burning through millions on vanity projects, remembering more than $1 million for pool remodels and different assets reestablishing a recording studio.”

The organization claims Pitt, from the start, kept on working the winery without talking with Jolie, but since a lot of Jolie’s privately invested money and liquidity was restricted in Manor Miraval through Nouvel, Jolie and Nouvel “sensibly looked to get more data about and to assume a larger part in Estate Miraval’s funds and tasks.”

Nouvel likewise guarantees Pitt “incubated and executed an arrangement to covertly move resources from Manor Miraval … to organizations claimed by him and his companions, accordingly downgrading Jolie’s advantage in Nouvel.”

Along these lines, “confronted with this unsound circumstance,” Jolie chose to sell Nouvel, which guaranteed that despite the fact that she was not committed to offer to Pitt, she “by and by proposed to offer her advantage to him and haggled with him for a really long time.”

The claim claims they verged on making an agreement however charges that “Pitt’s over the top pride got the better of him” and that “he made a last minute interest for difficult and immaterial circumstances, including an arrangement assigned to preclude Jolie from freely talking about the occasions that had prompted the breakdown of their marriage.” at the end of the day, Nouvel claims Pitt “tried to involve House Miraval as influence to constrain Jolie into staying silent about Pitt’s way of behaving.” That interest, Nouvel claims, “basically forced a death wish, everything except guaranteeing that no arrangement might at any point be reached” among Pitt and Jolie.

The suit guarantees that Pitt realize that a lot of Jolie’s riches and liquidity were restricted in Nouvel and that he supposedly “utilized that reality to attempt to drive Jolie to consent to his nonsensical terms.”

Jolie eventually offered Nouvel to Russian oligarch Yuri Shefler recently, which set off Pitt to sue Jolie. In that claim, that’s what pitt guaranteed, per the provisions of their separation, the previous couple had a “shared understanding” that neither of them could auction their advantage in the winery without the other’s assent.

Regardless, Jolie offered Nouvel to Shefler, yet solely after Pitt purportedly “disregarded Jolie’s last proposal to sell her advantage in the winery based on similar conditions Pitt had proposed without the quiet provision.” Yet even with Jolie good and gone, Nouvel claims Pitt kept on being uncooperative and demonstrated “reluctant to share control” while declining to work with Stoli Gathering – – the worldwide refreshment organization constrained by Shefler.

Nouvel looks for more than $250 million in penalties for Pitt’s supposed unlawful and harsh direct.

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