Brad Pitt Won An Important Court Decision Against His Ex-Wife

Brad Pitt Won An Important Court Decision Against His Ex-Wife. daily jugarr

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie confirmed their relationship in 2006 and got married in 2014. However, they divorced in 2019. Ending the conversation, she said Jolie is ending her marriage to Pitt because they can not resolve their differences. She wants to take care of their six kids most of the time. Their lawyer, Robert Offer, says it is for the family’s well-being and asks for privacy.

In the ongoing vineyard dispute between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, the court has directed her to provide eight years’ worth of NDAs she signed.

Now, after 8 years, a new development has emerged in this case, A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge ruled that Angelina Jolie must give Brad Pitt legal team all non-privileged documents she has. This includes non-disclosure agreements NDAs she signed in the past eight years. According to Page Six, NDAs are central to Pitt’s lawsuit against Jolie.

Pitt claims Jolie sold her half of their winery to Russian billionaire Yuri Shefler, despite agreeing to sell it to him. Jolie legal team said she backed out of the deal with Pitt because he wanted her to sign an NDA as part of the sale.

Page Six says the winery is worth $500 million. Pitt scored a win before the trial with this ruling. A source close to him called it a rushing blow to Jolie. Her legal team had argued that handing over her past NDAs would be costly, wasteful, unreasonable, and abusive. They also said it would invade the privacy of other parties involved.

The NDAs are believed to involve Hollywood employers, brands, and employees, potentially revealing contracts about Jolie compensation or what she paid to others, according to her team.

The judge told Jolie to list any private documents she wants to keep secret, so Pitt’s team can check if they agree. Pitt argues that Jolie unfairly sold her stake without his knowledge. His lawyers asked her to disclose how many NDAs her staff signed. But Jolie said this was an attempt to control her. Despite the ruling, Jolie’s attorney suggested it was a win for her.

Paul Murphy told Page Six that common NDAs are not comparable to Pitt’s last-minute request to hide his personal misconduct. He said they are ready to give the papers and are happy the court sees how important they are for understanding Pitt’s actions. Which is a big deal in the case.

Murphy also mentioned Jolie anticipation for the end of the litigation. Hoping for transparency in all parties responses to discovery. Including Pitts to put an end to false narratives that harm the family’s healing process.

According to Page Six, someone close to Jolie asserted that the NDAs would never make an appearance at trial.

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