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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pit may have reached an agreement after a few years
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have reportedly reached an agreement in their controversial court battle to lift a "standard temporary restraining order" on their assets.
With this decision, they are allowed to sell the properties owned during their marriage, thus paving the way for the actress to discharge her shares in their French fortune of 164 million dollars, Chateau Miraval. But Jolie’s offer to sell 50 percent of her shares in the 1,000-acre property in Correns, France, most likely won’t come without a battle.
Miraval is owned by Quimicum, a company in which Pitt originally owned 60 percent of the stock through his company Mondo Bongo, while Jolie owned 40 percent through her company Nouvel, according to court documents viewed by Page Six.
But three years before they split in 2016, Pitt transferred 10 percent of the assets from Mondo Bongo to Jolie's Nouvel, making them equal shareholders. Sources told Page Six that the previous couple also agreed to ask each other for permission if they wanted to sell their shares.
But the new lawsuit alleges that Jolie tried to cunningly sell her shares without giving Pitt the floor.