Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are fighting over their $164 million estate amid their messy divorce and custody battle.
The couple tied the knot in 2014 at the estate, before calling it quits in 2016.
The estate, Chateau Miraval, is on a French vineyard.
New documents accuse Angelina of trying to sell her 50 percent stake in the French estate without first consulting Brad.
According to Page Six, the actress has been accused of breaching an alleged agreement between them by not giving Brad the option to buy her out or refuse.
Brad originally held 60 percent of the shares through his company Mondo Bongo, but transferred 10 percent to his wife three years before their split, making them equal.
The documents claim Angelina’s company Nouvel was not acting in the best interest of Quimicum, who own the estate.
They read: “It is worth mentioning that, for the last four years, Nouvel did not act in the best interest of Quimicum by systematically delaying the approval of the annual accounts and the renewal of the manager.”
The documents continued: “We understand that behind this systematic obstruction, the real purpose of Nouvel and its shareholder [Jolie] is to sell its stake in Chateau Miraval SA in a way that would circumvent Mondo Bongo’s right of first refusal (as provided in Quimicum’s articles of approval), taking, as a result, a capital gain raised thanks to Mondo Bongo’s investment and to which Nouvel did not contribute.”
The couple currently share joint custody of their children – Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and twins Vivienne and Knox – with Angelia holding full physical custody.
Their eldest son, Maddox, is no longer involved in the custody battle as he is 20-years-old.