The divorce drama between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie continues with their standing feud over their Chateau Miraval. An informant from Pitt's camp has revealed that Jolie has been trying to sell the multi-million-dollar property which Pitt reportedly opposes. Prior their estate war, Jolie has opened up in an interview about her take on her divorce with Pitt which reportedly gave the actor a bad impression on the former.
The formerly romantic retreat of the former couple, Jolie and Pitt is reportedly up for sale. According to an insider, the South France property where the estranged couple got married in 2014, is being sold by Jolie. However, Pitt opposes the idea as he intends to have the expensive home and vineyard be held in a trust for their kids' future. Pitt is reportedly willing though to compromise and have the vineyard be sold, but not the whole property.
The 41-year-old actress reportedly wishes to sell the Chateau Miraval for years now, but Pitt has always managed to convince her to keep the home. Things though changed as the stars are now separated and Jolie is reportedly in a rush to dispose of the property. It was also revealed that Jolie thinks the estate property is cursed and does not want her kids in there. Pitt's camp has reportedly learned that Jolie has already inquired about selling the property, but found out that it might take her up to five years to dispose of such expensive property.
The nasty divorce drama though of the former couple does not end with their estate war as reactions on Jolie's previous interview continue to swirl around. In Jolie's interview for her new film "First They Killed My Father," the actress recounted the difficulties she supposedly went through during her divorce. She also hinted on her tearful interview that the custody arrangements regarding her kids are almost complete.
Following this, an alleged source close to Pitt has said that the 53-year-old actor was not affected, but rather disappointed by Jolie's claims. The actor reportedly said that Jolie does not have the right to play victim over and that he looks forward to the finalization of the divorce and the custody arrangements. Pitt's publicist had nothing to say about the reports, though.