Brad Pitt ‘s girlfriend Ines De Ramon showed off her stylish figure while running errands in Santa Monica on Tuesday, following his legal victory over ex Angelina Jolie. The 31-year-old jewelry designer wore a cool casual charcoal gray sweater and vintage-style faded jeans for her outing. The brunette beauty – who helped him through his bitter divorce from Angelina, 48 – paired the outfit with brown suede boots and a gray crossbody bag. She covered her eyes with a pair of sunglasses, holding a cup of coffee and her cell phone in her hand.

Ines – who recently finalized her divorce from actor Paul Wesley , 40 – has been linked to the Oscar winner, 60, since November 2022.
Ines and Wesley finalized their divorce more than a year and a half after announcing their separation in late 2022. In court documents obtained by People Wesley ‘has waived any future spousal or partner support payments’ and she ‘requests that her former name be restored.’ The couple previously cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their separation, got married in 2019 and have no children together.

Meanwhile Brad has been handed the latest victory in his battle for control of the French vineyard he owns with ex-wife Angelina in the latest episode in the so-called ‘War of the Rosés’. The Chateau Miraval estate, which produces the award-winning sparkling rosé, is at the center of a long-running court battle between the pair. Jolie tried to overturn a preliminary ruling in LA Superior Court that allowed her ex-husband to claim that she sold her shares in their stunning vineyard to Russian oligarch Yury Shefler without his consent in 2021.

But in another victory for the Fight Club star, the court dismissed allegations that his lawsuit was ‘frivolous, malicious and part of a problematic pattern’. Now, it means Pitt’s legal team has the green light to take the battle to trial, with the A-list star suing Jolie for breaching an agreement that they would have given a waiver first. for each other.
Court transcripts seen by show the Hollywood star was granted leave on March 8 to amend a dismissed claim relating to a breach of an ‘implicit covenant’ of fair and bona fide dealings will.

Judge Lia Martin rejected Jolie’s attorney’s attempt to dismiss the lawsuit for breach of an implied and quasi-contract, the latest blow for Jolie and Shefler. Last month, the Mail revealed that Stoli had been stripped of some of its shares by a court in Luxembourg, making Pitt the major shareholder. The battle over Chateau Miraval’s future is still being fought in courtrooms in France, Luxembourg and Los Angeles.

Pitt was shocked when his ex-wife sold her half of their stunning Chateau Miraval estate without his consent to Russian billionaire Yury Shefler in 2021. Following their painful breakup in 2016, Jolie sold her shares in the business to Yuri Shefler’s Stoli Group. Pitt claimed that she violated the agreement that they would reject each other first. Financial documents seen by in February revealed that the ultimate owner of the shares was a shadowy trust on the island of Jersey controlled by a company in which Shefler was not a shareholder.

Tangled business arrangements make it impossible to know who is pulling the strings – but friends of Hollywood star Pitt say he is determined to get to the bottom of the matter. A source close to the actor said: “Brad wants Jersey to start giving answers. He must have the right to know who has bought into his business. ‘He had put his heart and soul into Chateau Miraval and felt the rug had been pulled out from under him. He wasn’t sure who he was actually doing business with.”

In earlier filings, Pitt claimed that Shefler had tried to ‘bully’ and ‘threaten’ him with libelous statements, arguing that the Russians had tried to persuade him to submit by giving him information. press reports announced their ‘partnership’ the day after Jolie’s deal was made. Shefler then asked the pair to meet to talk, after ‘personally insisting’ that the release ’emphasized’ that they were partners with Pitt – despite the A-Lister only knowing about the deal through newspaper.

The filings are part of the Oscar winners’ effort to undo Angelina Jolie’s $64 million sale of her stake in the Chateau Miraval estate to Shefler. He said the 2021 deal violated Jolie’s earlier promise to give him first refusal if she sold out. Shefler allegedly contacted Jolie’s divorce lawyer following reports of a ‘acrimonious custody dispute’ in 2021. Pitt’s team also said that representatives of Stoli — the international beverage group owned by Shefler — made an ‘unsolicited’ bid for Miravel following news of the couple’s split.

Shefler affirmed that the US court does not have full jurisdiction over this issue. But the momentum in the legal battle appears to be with Pitt, after a court in Luxembourg stripped Shefler of 10% of his shares, making Pitt the majority shareholder once again. His legal team secured victory by arguing that the shares were awarded in 2013 with the understanding that Jolie would not sell them.

Judge Carole Kerschen ruled it was necessary to end the ‘decision blockage’ and save the business. A ‘merits hearing’ in about two years will likely decide that Pitt regains full control of the shares that were transferred to Jolie’s company for one euro. A source close to the actor previously said the ruling left Shefler ‘virtually no say’ in the multi-million pound business in Provence. Pitt and Jolie purchased the 1,300-acre Miraval property in 2008 as a 60-40 partnership, with Pitt being the majority shareholder.

Five years later, he gave another 10% to Jolie’s company Nouvel for 1 euro, making them equal. But after their acrimonious split in 2016, the estate became the focus of a $350 million divorce battle. In 2021, Jolie sold Nouvel to a corporation controlled by Shefler. Pitt’s lawyers claim she ‘knew and intended Shefler and his affiliates would attempt to take control of the business’.