Brad Pitt says Angelina Jolie tried to cut him out of a deal involving Chateau Miraval
Brad Pitt says Angelina Jolie tried to cut him out of a deal involving Chateau Miraval

The legal fight between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie is still going on, as it was recently revealed that Pitt's company, Mondo Bongo, has sued Jolie's company, Nouvel, claiming that she sought to cut him out of a lucrative agreement to sell her interests in Chateau Miraval, their French estate and vineyard. New documents filed in Luxembourg suggest Mondo Bongo is suing Nouvel to stop a transfer of Quimicum shares, according to Entertainment Tonight.

Quimicum operates and manages Chateau Miraval, the former couple's chateau and vineyard, which is allegedly worth USD 164 million, for the uninitiated. The home also happens to be the location of the couple's 2014 wedding.

According to Page Six, the former pair promised in their initial agreement to seek each other for permission if they ever wanted to sell their interests for the estate, and Pitt's firm has now accused Jolie of trying to sell her shares without giving Pitt first refusal.
"It is worth emphasizing that, for the last four years, Nouvel [Jolie's firm] did not operate in the best interest of Quimicum by deliberately delaying the approval of the annual accounts and the renewal of the management," according to court documents acquired by ET.

Jolie and Pitt are also embroiled in a tumultuous custody fight over their six children. In a recent interview with The Guardian, Jolie discussed her divorce from Pitt and made a rare remark about her fears for the safety of her children throughout their marriage.

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