Between Hollywood's most famous ex-couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, there are not only heated debates and accusations. Angelina Jolie's letter to Brad Pitt” /> The reason for the start of a high-profile divorce between the stars in 2016 was an incident on board a private jet. Then Pitt went over with alcohol and began to insult Angelina and the children, and then tried to hit her, but his adopted son Maddox stopped him, and in the end he got hit. This was the last straw for Jolie and a few days later she filed for divorce, simultaneously launching an investigation into the incident with the help of the FBI.
The divorce has already been officially filed, but the couple is still arguing about custody of the children. Recently, Brad Pitt filed a new lawsuit against Jolie because she tried to sell her share in their joint French winery Château Miraval, although there was an agreement between the spouses that neither of them could sell their share without the consent of the other. As a result, according to Western publications, the deal fell through, although the court refused Pitt and sided with Jolie – she had every right to sell her part of the winery.
However, as it turned out, there are not only showdowns between Jolie and Pitt, but also touching memories, at least from Angelina's side. Her letter dated last year appeared on the network – in which the star addresses her ex-husband about Château Miraval: “I decided to write a letter to avoid excessive emotionality. This is the place where we brought Knox and Vivien home after their birth, the place where we got married at a plaque in honor of my mother a place that holds promises, a place where i thought i would grow old even now i cant think and write about it without crying i will cherish my memories of everything “what happened here. But it's also a place that marks the beginning of the end of our family… And a business that's centered around alcohol. I don't want to be in that business anymore. I've been through neglect, and decisions, including financial ones, that accepted without me. I would like to split the business or create something more useful for our children instead.”