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Angelina Jolie’s lawyer has ordered ex Brad Pitt to «let her go» as the actor is accused of a «shameful cover-up» in legal documents about Hollywood’s most bitter divorce.


Angelina Jolie’s lawyer made a highly unusual public appeal to her ex-husband Brad Pitt on Friday — asking the actor to «let her go.»

Paul Murphy, her solicitor, said: «She is looking forward to the day she can finally be released.» Pitt is accused of ‘sandblasting’ his ex-wife by filing a response to the documents, which her team said were ‘designed to create a press event’.

Her team also claims that the latest legal battles involving Pitt, which require Jolie to sign an NDA as part of a deal to sell her part of their vineyard, are part of a «shameful» cover-up of his abuse and are «about power and control.»

The appeal follows a statement by the former bodyguard that was filed in LA Superior Court by Pitt’s side. She accused Jolie of trying to drive a wedge between Pitt and their six children. Jolie’s team is now moving to have that file struck down.

The three eldest children – Maddox, Pax and Zahara – are believed to have no relationship with Pitt, and son Pax said in an Instagram post three years ago that his father was «great» and «f***ing awful» human being” that caused his children to tremble with fear.

Angelina Jolie’s lawyer made a highly unusual public appeal to her ex-husband Brad Pitt on Friday – asking the actor to «let her go» – (the couple pictured in 2013).

Pitt is no longer seeking to change custody of three children under the age of 18 after a lengthy court case that failed.

Meanwhile, a battle rages over the vineyard they once co-owned, which Ms Jolie sold to billionaire Yuri Sheffler of the Stoli group.

Pitt argues that it was in breach of their agreement to offer the other a right of first refusal.

Paul Murphy, Angelina Jolie’s attorney, said: “Mr. Pitt’s ongoing attempt to square the joint NDA for security staff and housekeepers covering confidential information employees learn on the job with his demand for an expanded NDA to ensure the continued cover-up of his deplorable actions remains shameful.

“This case is not about the NDA in general, but about power and control.

“All Angelina ever wanted was separation and health with positive relationships between all members of their family, including Mr Pitt. He looks forward to the day when he can finally let her go.”

A source close to the case adds that former bodyguard Tony Webb, who made the statement, was present when Pitt allegedly assaulted Jolie and the children in the 2016 private jet incident that ended the marriage.

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A source said: ‘Webb is on Pitt’s payroll and worked for the same security team whose other members stood on the tarmac in LA and turned a blind eye to Pitt’s actions that day.

The three oldest children – Maddox, Pax and Zahara – are believed to be unrelated to Pitt (Brad is pictured LR with Pax, Shiloh, Maddox and his parents Jane and William in 2014)

The three oldest children – Maddox, Pax and Zahara – are believed to be unrelated to Pitt (Brad is pictured LR with Pax, Shiloh, Maddox and his parents Jane and William in 2014)

Angelina and Brad are featured in the 2005 film Mr. and Mrs. Smith, where they met while he was still married to Jennifer Aniston.

Angelina and Brad are featured in the 2005 film Mr. and Mrs. Smith, where they met while he was still married to Jennifer Aniston.

«Webb’s affidavit also conveniently omits the fact that the second security guard mentioned in the affidavit, although called by Pitt to testify, testified for Angelina, not against her.»

In legal documents seen by Daily Mail.com, Jolie objects to a statement filed by Pitt on Wednesday by their former bodyguard and is seeking to hit him.

The filing states, “Pitt is clearly trying to gain an unfair advantage by first offering this questionable evidence in response when Jolie has no opportunity to respond.

The law is very clear that this form of evidence tampering is a gross violation of due process of law and should be blocked. «The general rule in practice is that new evidence is not allowed with answers.»

He adds: “Webb’s statement has no bearing on this case or on the issue presented by Pitt’s motion. In fact, Webb’s declaration, which does not mention the word «Miraval» once, serves to demonstrate precisely why other non-disclosure agreements involving other parties and other circumstances are irrelevant and will, as Jolie predicted in her statement of opposition, cause a mini-trial of each and every claim of Pitt’s NDA is relevant to this case.

«Webb’s statement illustrates this: Pitt now claims that interviews with two ‘contractors’ (security guards) about testimony in another case are somehow relevant here. Jolie questions the relevance of the testimony, its credibility (Webb works for Pitt) and its accuracy.

“To resolve this, the court would have to hold a mini-trial on the issue, but none of this explains whether Pitt’s demand for an expanded NDA from Jolie as a condition of buying her stake in Miraval was the reason for the deal they struck. the hit disintegrated.

“If this evidence were truly relevant and material to Pitt’s motion, he would have—really had—to offer it in his moving papers.

“That he did not do so tells the court all it needs to know about the strength of Pitt’s motion and, frankly, his true purpose in filing Webb’s statement — to create a press event and re-apply external pressure on Jolie. The statement is irrelevant and violates Jolie’s due process rights. The court should strike the statement. ‘

Pictured is the Chateau Miraval vineyard of the husband and wife.  They used to own a vast estate

Pictured is my husband’s Chateau Miraval vineyard. They used to own a vast estate

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According to documents filed by Pitt’s lawyers on Thursday, ex-SAS soldier Webb claims Jolie’s personal assistant told the two colleagues she was «going to sue» after it emerged they could give evidence in the custody battle.

Court documents seen by DailyMail.com say Webb’s colleague told him he overheard Jolie ‘advising the children not to spend time with Pitt during custody visits.’

His comments form part of a motion filed by Pitt calling Jolie a «hypocrite» for claiming he wanted to use an NDA on the sale of their French vineyard to «control» it – despite regularly gagging his own employees with similar contracts. .

In a statement, Webb claims two of his suppliers were subpoenaed to testify at the estranged couple’s custody hearing — revealing conversations between Jolie and the children.

He claims in the documentary that he usually took orders from Jolie’s personal assistant, Michael Vieira, and learned that the relationship between Pitt and Jolie had broken down in 2016.

According to Webb, the paper said: ‘Following their divorce, SRS Global and I continue to provide security for Ms. Jolie, Mr. Pitt and their children.

“Shortly before two global SRS suppliers testified in a trial that I knew was related to Ms. Jolie and Mr. Pitt’s divorce and custody of their children, Mr. Vieira called me on my cell phone.

“He told me he had heard that two contractors who provided Ms. Jolie’s personal security through SRS Global might testify in the family’s lawsuit.

‘Mr. Vieira then asked me to prevent the two persons from testifying. It is my understanding that Mr. Vieira is making this request on behalf of Ms. Jolie,» Webb said in a statement.

Webb further stated in the document that he had «no power» to prevent the two individuals from testifying because they were «independent contractors» rather than his direct employees.

The filing claims that Vieira then warned Webb that the two men had ‘entered into an NDA’ with Jolie and if they ‘testify in family law, Jolie will sue them’.

Webb added: “I shared this news with both individuals over the phone and they both told me they planned to testify.

In legal documents seen by Daily Mail.com, Jolie objects to their former bodyguard's statement filed by Pitt on Wednesday (the couple in 2015) and seeks to strike him.

In legal documents seen by Daily Mail.com, Jolie objects to their former bodyguard’s statement filed by Pitt on Wednesday (the couple in 2015) and seeks to strike him.

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“One of the two individuals, Ross Foster, has indicated that he intends to testify regardless of the NDA if subpoenaed.

«When Mr. Foster told me this, he also told me that he would testify if asked about the statements he had heard Ms. Jolie make to the children encouraging them not to spend time with Mr. Pitt during custody visits.»

Webb, from England, retired from military service to set up SRS Global Security Ltd before working for Pitt and Jolie.

Earlier this year, Jolie’s lawyers claimed that the marriage involved physical violence.

Court documents said: “Pitt’s history of physical abuse of Jolie began long before the family took a plane from France to Los Angeles in September 2016 … the flight marked the first time he turned his physical abuse on the children.

Court documents claim Jolie has evidence of «Pitt’s history of physical abuse of the family and controlling abuse of Jolie» and claim the children continue to experience «significant and ongoing post-traumatic stress» as a result of his alleged physical and emotional abuse.

Jolie’s lawyers cite a «history of abuse, control and cover-ups» and say Jolie has «testimonies, emails, photos and other evidence» that they say will show how Pitt tried to cover up his behavior if they come forward. judge.

The actor’s denial of the family’s physical abuse is described in court documents as «gaslighting.»

Additionally, the documents allege he exerted «coercive» financial control over her through their dispute over the Miraval winery as their divorce dragged on for the past seven years.

The couple is pictured in 2014

The couple is pictured in 2014

Pitt denied all allegations of physical abuse and was not charged following an FBI investigation into what happened during the flight.

The couple met on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith in 2004, and the following year, Brad Pitt and actress Jennifer Aniston announced that they were divorcing. In 2008, Pitt and Jolie bought Chateau Miraval, a 35-room house in Provence with 926 acres and a vineyard.

He has six children with Jolie, Maddox, 22, Pax, 20, Zahara, 19, Shiloh, 17, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 15, and they married at Chateau Miraval in 2014, with the children playing roles in the ceremony and writing their vows.

Jolie filed for divorce five days after the plane incident in 2016, and the legal battle has been raging ever since.

A hearing on Pitt’s NDA proposal is scheduled to be decided during a May 16 hearing, while a full court hearing on the issues is not expected this year.



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