Angelina Jolie accused of 'using devious means to cut' ex-husband, Brad Pitt out of a lucrative deal over their $164 million French estate

Angelina Jolie accused of 'using devious means to cut' ex-husband, Brad Pitt out of a lucrative deal over their $164 million French estate



Court papers filed on Tuesday September 21, has revealed that Angelina Jolie has been sued for allegedly using devious means to cut ex-husband Brad Pitt out of a lucrative real estate deal involving a posh estate they co-owned in France.



In the documents filed in Luxembourg, Jolie was accused of trying to sell off her 50 percent stake in the $164 million Chateau Miraval in Correns, France, without giving Pitt the first option to buy her out.



Claims of petty dealing over the estate which is where the couple got married in a secret ceremony in 2014 with just their six kids present, is coming just after their lawyers headed back to court on Monday September 19, in their long-running custody dispute over their children.







Page Six which obtained the court documents, reported that the former couple held their shares for Miraval in separate limited liability companies (LLCs).



Miraval is owned by Quimicum, a company in which Pitt originally held a 60 percent share through his company Mondo Bongo, while Jolie held 40 percent through her company Nouvel.







Three years before they split in 2016, Pitt transferred 10 percent of the estate from Mondo Bongo to Jolie’s Nouvel, making them equal shareholders.Latest Post
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