Famous PeopleThe atmosphere between Brad Pitt (58) and Angelina Jolie (47) has fallen to a new low. Earlier this week, the former actor was accused of selling his beloved vineyard to a dubious Russian oligarch with bad intentions. “Bullshit,” Jolly Camp now responds.
Julie and Pete bought a wine farm at Chateau Miraval in southern France in 2008. After their breakup, the “Maleficent” actress sold her stake to Yuri Scheffler, owner of Stolichnaya Russian vodka, also known as Stoli. “A dubious businessman will destroy the image of the Pitt brand,” said the actor’s lawyers, who filed a lawsuit against Jolie. “She made this deal with the aim of destroying her ex-husband. Since Putin invaded Ukraine, there has been an international boycott against Stoli.”
A source from Jolie’s camp has now responded to the allegations for the first time. “Pitt’s allegations are meaningless,” she said in the Daily Mail. “After their divorce, Jolie was unable to return to the business. Therefore, she decided to sell her share of the property. She made several proposals to her ex-husband for this, but received no response. Since their children would later inherit the winery, she chose an experienced business partner The alcohol industry is vast. So Angelina has done no wrong and certainly has no evil intentions.”
Pitt’s lawyers say the timing of the sale is tied to a judge’s decision to issue a preliminary ruling under which Pitt would receive half of the custody of their five underage children at the time. But that’s also nonsense, according to Jolie Camp.
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