Angelina Jolie accuses ex Brad Pitt of ‘bleeding her dry’ in vicious ongoing legal battle

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has aimed more scathing accusations against her ex-husband Brad Pitt in new court documents.

Angelina Jolie has accused her ex-husband Brad Pitt of being “controlling” and “financially draining her” through their ongoing legal battle.

The former Hollywood power couple had been feuding over ownership of their French winery Château Miraval since 2016.

Their stunning 1,200-acre estate and vineyard was bought for around $60 million (£48 million) in 2008, and it’s now worth an eye-watering $164 million (£129 million).

However, despite Angelina’s net worth soaring to around $120 million (£96 million) during her relationship with Brad, 60, she’s hit out at her ex for allegedly trying to drain her finances.

In court documents obtained by the Daily Mail, the actress, 48, claimed: “It is extremely painful for Jolie to have to defend herself from Pitt’s lawsuit – itself another example of Pitt’s unrelenting efforts to control and financially drain her…

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

“Especially because Pitt’s false allegations as to the reasons the Miraval deal cratered can only proven by doing exactly what Jolie never wanted to do…

“Provide to the trier of fact the reason the Miraval deal failed, which was Pitt’s demand for an NDA to cover up his history of physical and emotional abuse of Jolie and their family.”

A source familiar with the legal battle told the publication: “Angie says Brad is bleeding her dry – but it looks like she wants to bleed him dry.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

“Far from being out to ruin his ex, it looks like Brad has bent over backwards to support Angie and help her out financially in spite of her appearing to be so vindictive.”

Brad originally wanted to buy Angelina’s stake in the property to keep it “in the family”, but the deal collapsed.

Sources have also claimed the Once Upon A Time in Hollywood star has been consistent in his payment of expenses over the last several years.

This includes paying close to $10 million (£8 million) in child support.

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