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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie: An end to the battle for the family winery? - Voila! money

2023-06-05T07:21:17.839Z

Highlights: Brad Pitt decided to withdraw his lawsuit against his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie, for selling her stake in the family winery, Mirabel. Julie sold her share to a company from the Stoli concern, owned by Russian oligarch Yuri Sheffler. Pitt's lawyer also said that the sale of Chateau Mirabel is an attempt to get rich illegally and vindictively. Although custody of their minor children still remains open between the two, he too may want to put the divorce saga behind him.


Brad Pitt decided to withdraw his lawsuit against his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie, for selling her stake in the family winery, Mirabel. Is this the end of the legal issues between the two stars?


Rosé wine from the quarrel winery, Mirabel. Julie sold her share to a company from the Stoli concern, owned by Russian oligarch Yuri Sheffler (Photo: Eyal Keren)

Apart from impressive entrances to events, which caused flashes to flash on the red carpet, beyond the showcase of the supposedly happy extended family, beyond the luxurious homes they exposed each time to one media outlet or another, it seems that nothing symbolized one of Hollywood's most glamorous couples, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, more than Mirabel Winery.

The winery, which produced only rosé wines, was established by the two in the south of France in 2008 - and within a short time it burst into consciousness, when apart from the public relations it naturally received by virtue of belonging to Bardgelina - Hollywood's power-capel, Mirabel was also recognized as a quality rosé wine, although perhaps also as a high price relative to its level.

But in 2016, the type stunned the Hollywood barangay with an announcement of separation and divorce, and not only that, but they were ugly and full of mutual slander, with Jolie accusing Pitt of cheating and exploiting the children and more.

Despite the ugly and highly publicized divorce, the joint wine brand managed to remain quite popular, and mainly - out of the legal saga, a status that ended in 2021, when Jolie announced that she had sold her share.

The extended "Bradgelina" family, in happier days. Will they put the painful chapter behind them? (Photo: Splash)

Julie sold her half of the winery to a wine company from the Stoli Group (known in Israel, among other things because of the vodka of the same name), which is controlled by Russian oligarch Yuri Shefler.

A few months later, Pitt filed a lawsuit against Jolie, claiming that there was an agreement between the two from the day the winery was founded, according to which neither of them would be sold to a third party without the consent of the other. Pitt's lawyer also said that "the sale of Chateau Mirabel is an attempt to get rich illegally and vindictively, after the issue of custody of the children did not work out as Jolie wanted."

Jolie, for her part, responded by saying through her lawyers that it was an attempt to achieve "financial independence" in order to "close Pete's painful chapter in her life, for her and for her children."

CNN is now reporting that Pitt has decided to drop the lawsuit. Although custody of their minor children still remains open between the two, he too may want to put the divorce saga behind him.

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Source: walla

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