Brad Pitt's lawsuit against ex-wife Angelina Jolie continues

Brad Pitt's lawsuit against ex-wife Angelina Jolie continues

Actor Brad Pitt claims that his ex-wife Angelina Jolie intended to "inflict harm" when she sold her part of their co-owned vineyard. 

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie

Earlier this year, it was confirmed that Brad Pitt will be suing his ex-wife Angelina Jolie for selling her stake in their co-owned vineyard.

According to BBC News, new legal documents have surfaced in which Pitt claims that Jolie "sought to inflict harm" when she sold her shares.

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The pair purchased the majority shares in the French company Chateau Miraval SA as an investment back in 2008.

Chateau Miraval SA is comprised of a home and vineyard where the pair eventually got married in 2014. 

The 'Maleficent' actress had allegedly sold her shares to a Luxembourg-based wine company that has ties to a Russian oligarch Yuri Shefler.

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Pitt's lawsuit alleges that Jolie never asked for consent to sell her shares although they had a "mutual and binding commitment" not to sell their shares without the other's consent. 

The 'Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood' actor claims that through selling her shares, Jolie "sought to conflict harm" on him and the Chateau Miraval SA brand.

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