Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt: A Hollywood Divorce Fueled by Strategy

Renowned humanitarian Angelina Jolie appears to have adopted a political way of communicating and has been heard saying, “Four more years.” This phrase seems to reference her divorce from Brad Pitt, initiated in late 2016, which a friend of Pitt’s has claimed might turn out to be one of the most protracted and unpleasant separations in Hollywood history.

A family associate of Pitt recently revealed that Jolie is determined to prolong the intricate and difficult divorce proceedings for another four years. Inside sources report that the actress is committed to a strategic approach, aiming to obtain all she can from her former spouse. This strategy apparently involves legal engagements that will continue until the youngest children in the family reach adulthood.

One of Pitt’s friends spoke with Paula Froelich of NewsNation Now, indirectly conveying Jolie’s intent to extend the custody dispute until their twins, now aged 15, turn 18. The former couple has six children: Maddox, 21; Pax, 19; Zahara, 18; Shiloh, 17; and twins Knox and Vivienne, 15.

A talkative friend of Pitt’s indicated that during the seven-year divorce process, the actor has been compelled to pay over $14 million to the children’s mother. This friend also mentioned an $8 million “loan” from Pitt to Jolie, which she used to acquire a $24.5 million home with six bedrooms and ten bathrooms in Los Feliz, California.

Furthermore, an associate of the actor from the film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood informed Froelich that Pitt is facing challenges from Jolie on various fronts. In addition to the substantial legal costs for the unconventional divorce proceedings, Jolie has unsettled Pitt by selling a share of their well-known French winery, Château Miraval, to Russian billionaire Yuri Shefler. The business is estimated to be worth over $160 million.

A friend of Pitt expressed his anger and frustration, sharing that while Jolie was discussing the deal with Shefler, she was also unfaithfully negotiating with Pitt to sell her portion of the winery. The friend further disclosed that the initial purchase agreement contained a clause granting each party the right to refuse the sale. The friend believes that Jolie’s decision was a response to a judge granting Pitt 50/50 custody, and Pitt learned of the sale to the Russian billionaire from the media four months later.

Jolie’s legal team, however, has dismissed Pitt’s claims as unfounded, arguing that there was never a formal agreement preventing either party from selling their interest in Miraval without the other’s consent.

The prolonged battle between the former couple has left fans in disbelief, struggling to comprehend why the fight has persisted for such an extended period.

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