An email that Angelina Jolie sent to her now ex-husband Brad Pitt during the contentious divorce proceedings has been made public again. In the email, the actress expressed her desire to part with her ownership of the Chateau Miraval Winery. Brad Pitt was the recipient of the email.

The email was shared by a TikTok user with the handle @magshrts1, who posted slides showing the contents of the message the Academy Award-winning actress penned in January 2021 and was included in court documents. The slides were shared by a TikTok user with the handle @magshrts1. The actress from “Eternals” said that she wrote the email so that she wouldn’t “get emotional” when she talked about why she wanted to sell her share of the winery.

“It is the place we brought the twins home to, and where we were married over a plaque in my mother’s memory,” Jolie began in the email, found in court documents reviewed by sources. “A place that held the promise of what could be and where I thought I would grow old. Even now impossible to write this without crying. I will treasure my memories of what it was a decade ago.”

The actress explained that the winery was “also the place that marks the beginning of the end of our family — and a business that is centered around alcohol.” The native of Los Angeles expressed her hope that the company would “become something that held us together” in some way, but she also acknowledged that she understood Pitt “really wanted out” and that he “will most likely be pleased to receive this email.”

The actress from “Maleficent” said that in the past four years, she had seen “a lot of rude behavior.” She also said that she felt left out of the business side of the winery because money was “spent in ways that [she] would not have approved” and decisions were made without asking her.

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She continued by saying that she had been “hurt by decisions that have been made that show no interest in sharing the business or changing it fundamentally into something that would be healthier for our children.”

Jolie criticized the winery’s advertising and stated that she “was shaken by the recent imagery that was released to sell the alcohol.” She continued, “I find it irresponsible and not something that I would want the children to see. It reminded me of painful times.”

The harried mother declared that she could no longer “be involved, publicly or privately, in a business based on alcohol, when alcoholic behavior harmed our family so deeply” and that the “business is therefore past the point of anything that [she] could be part of, morally and for the good of our family.”

The actress, who is 47 years old, stated that she saw “two ways forward.” The first was an “outright sale,” which she would support so that she could “move away from this hard and painful chapter in our lives.” She explained, “The alternative is a complete buyout of my share in the property and business by you, the Perrin family, or your associates. Either way, I believe we need to move forward in order to heal and focus on where our family comes together, and where we have positive associations. And to do so quickly.”

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Jolie also brought up an incident that occurred in 2016 on a private jet, in which she claimed that Pitt “lunged at his own child,” “choked one of the children and struck another in the face,” and “poured beer” on her. She made these allegations in a previous statement. “I cannot begin to express how upsetting it is for me to have to reach this point,” she said.

“Your dream for your relationship with the business and the alcohol is your own and you’ve made it painfully clear. I wish you all the best with the business and sincerely hope that the children feel differently about Miraval when they are older, and visit you there. But Miraval for me died September 2016, and everything I have seen in the years since has sadly confirmed that.”

In February, Pitt filed a lawsuit against Jolie after she sold her portion of the winery to a Russian oligarch named Yuri Shefler and a subsidiary of the Stoli Group called Tenute del Mondo. The actor claimed that his ex-wife had not made a contribution to the project, despite the fact that she had pledged forty percent of the twenty-eight million dollars that they had invested in the winery.

The actor, who is 58 years old, stated that the transaction also breached a “mutual understanding” in their divorce settlement agreement from 2019, which stated that they would not sell their interest in the venue without the prior consent of the other party. However, in September, Jolie’s former company, Nouvel, filed a lawsuit against Pitt for $250 million, claiming that the actor “masterminded a so-far successful plan” to acquire ownership of the winery.

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Maddox is 21 years old, Pax is 18, Zahara is 17, Shiloh is 16, and the twins, Vivienne and Knox, are 14 years old. Jolie and Pitt are their parents. They got married in 2014, but they divorced the following year, and ever since then, they have been fighting in court over a variety of legal disputes over the years.