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We thought we had filled up with squalor and malice with the images of the trial linked to the civil suit filed (and won) by Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heardinstead the news on the Painful divorce between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt they risk obscuring, with their destructive charge, one of the most followed media processes of the last decade.
The two actors have accused each other for years, with very heavy tones and heavy accusations. The latest, in chronological order, reports that Angelina Jolie would have sold 50 percent of the winery inside Chateau Miraval, once among the couple’s common possessions, to a Russian oligarch just to spite ex-husband Brad. Pitt, to hurt him and hurt him. And the latter has included the accusation among the pieces of the legal battle that, for years now, has seen them on opposite poles for the custody of children, the division of assets and, of course, the conquest of public opinion.
According to Pitt, Jolie intentionally sabotaged the company’s work, selling it without consent to a Russian tycoon, with the sole purpose of destroying it. Nothing new under the sun, because the castle in the French countryside, location of the couple’s wedding in 2014, has been the subject of contention for years and a weapon to get even more hurt, leaving aftermath on the couple’s family and children who can hardly be healed. .
The international media, full of gossip and news after the televised trial that has put in the dock Johnny Depp and Amber Heardnow they want more and hope to see two super stars like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt recount murky details and unspeakable secrets about their relationship in front of a judge.
Public opinion, on the other hand, is divided: one party would like to fathom a relationship that has ignited Hollywood since its very first bars, those of the clandestine beginning of a love (on the set of the film Mr. and Mrs. Smith) who has cornered theAmerica’s sweetheart Jennifer Aniston, first wife of Brad Pitt; the other would like to avoid plunging her finger into a plague that has been going on for years with mutual and terrible accusations, recriminations, spite, revenge and other pettiness.
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