Brad Pitt accuses his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie, of trying to keep him out of a deal to sell the actress’ shares in a property worth 164 million US dollars (about 800 million Brazilian reals), which is owned by an ex-couple. Chateau Miraval was the winery they married in 2014.
According to information from the Daily Mail, the actress has filed a new lawsuit against Jolie, claiming that she is trying to harm him by selling 50% of her shares in the property through her company, Novell.
The winery in question is owned by Quimicum, a company in which Brad owns 60% of the stock, through his other company, Mondo Bongo.
Angelina owns 40% of Quimicum shares. Three years before his split from the actress, Pete ended up transferring 10% of Mungo Bongo’s shares to Nouvel, equal to the same level of shareholders.
The website also released some documents from the lawsuit:
“It is noteworthy that in the past four years, Nouvel has not acted with interest in Quimicum, which has systematically delayed approval of annual accounts and principal renewals.”
“We understand that behind this systematic obstruction is the real goal of Nouvel and its contributors.” [Angelina] is to sell its stake in Chateau Miraval SA in a way that circumvents Mondo Bongo’s preemptive right (as provided for in Quimicum’s articles of approval), and as a result, capital gains were obtained thanks to Mondo Bongo’s investment and for which Novell did not contribute.”
The Daily Mail also contacted a source who claimed that Jolie is retaliating and appears to “want to break the rules”:
“Angelina’s attitudes towards Brad are constantly vindictive. He is another example of someone trying to deviate from the rules and avoid their obligations.”
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