Hollywood actors continue to work through property issues after divorce. Angelina Jolie, 47, said she was not going to hurt her ex-husband.
Parents with many children fight over the joint winery Chateau Miraval, which is located in France. The actress acquired it in marriage to Brad Pitt, 58. The performer of the role in the movie “Fight Club” says he spent a lot of effort and money on the family business and that Angelina violated their agreement. According to the actor, the ex-lover sold her share of the cellar without his consent. Brad was outraged that he didn’t even know the new owner, Russian oligarch Yuri Shefler.
Jolie thinks the actress’ ex-husband pushes her too hard, and some of her claims undermine her personality. The actor demanded to provide a huge amount of paperwork in just a few days. Some of the requests by the movie stars’ attorneys were deemed “an invasion of attorney-client privilege and the right to privacy of Jolie and her family.”
However, Angelina agreed to meet Brad halfway. The actress confirmed that she was “ready to participate in the investigation and provide all the necessary documents”. At the same time, the movie star asked to meet the deadlines set by the court.
“The inquest will address complex questions of privilege and privacy relating to the parties and their families. It includes the collection of documents on two continents. The survey will also be expensive, the costs will increase with each repeated collection process. The search for documents should not begin at least until Pitt files an amended lawsuit,” Jolie’s reps were quoted by RadarOnline as saying.
Previously, Angelina was indignant at the claims of the ex-elected. The actress told the court that her ex-husband’s claims were “frivolous, malicious and part of a questionable scheme”.
Jolie tries to devote all her free time to children. The Hollywood diva was spotted shopping with her 17-year-old daughter, Zahara.