“He did all the work, and you did nothing,” one source claimed. According to the lawsuit, the 10 per cent transfer should be void as the shares were “sold” for only €1 and not for a “serious” amount as required under Luxembourg law. Its value is now estimated at more than 140 million euros (about 164 million dollars).
“It is worth noting that over the past four years, Novell [la empresa de Jolie] It did not act in Quimicum’s best interest by systematically delaying approval of annual accounts and director renewals,” the lawsuit states.
“We understand that behind this systematic obstruction, it is the true purpose of Nouvel and its shareholders [Jolie] is to sell its stake in Chateau Miraval SA in a way that circumvents Mondo Bongo’s right of first refusal (as provided in Quimicum’s articles of approval), resulting in capital gains obtained thanks to the Mondo Bongo investment to which Novell has not contributed.” The source added. This is another example of Angelina trying to get around the rules and evade her obligations.
Jolie filed for divorce in August 2016 claiming “irreconcilable differences” and has claimed custody of five of her six children: Pax, 17, Zahra, 16, Shiloh, 15, and twins Vivian and Knox, 13. Maddox is now 20 years old.
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