Brad Pitt sued by a lady guaranteeing he wooed her for marriage
A lady has sued Hollywood Superstar Brad Pitt for supposedly scamming her, and charming her for marriage, revealed Page Six. In a considerably more strange turn, the entertainer’s legal advisors demand it was a case of ‘feline fishing.’
Kelli Christina, a medical care Chief from Texas, has guaranteed that she paid Pitt $40,000 to make appearances at occasions orchestrated by his Make It Right Foundation. According to her court explanations, the entertainer supposedly neglected to appear for any, made a minute ago retractions at every occasion, promising to show up “whenever.”
That, yet Christina has additionally guaranteed that the pair had a cozy relationship, wherein Pitt talked about marriage with her, according to court archives obtained by The Post.
According to court papers, Pitt’s legitimate group has kept up that Christina was maybe misled by someone posing as Pitt’s internet. The Sea’s Eleven star’s legal counselors proceeded to record a movement in a Texas court Wednesday in an offer to excuse the case. “Neither the Make It Right Substances nor Mr. Pitt went into a concurrence with Offended party,” the archives said.
“Or maybe, as [Christina] herself has recognized, it shows up [Christina’s] interchanges about any understanding were evidently with one or more individuals unlawfully posing as – yet not at all affiliated with – litigant on the web,” they further expressed, “By [Christina’s] own affirmations, the correspondences she presently claims that she had with Mr. Pitt… were really among Offended party and one or more individuals posing as, in Offended party’s words, ‘counterfeit Brad Pitts’ and not at all affiliated with the Make It Right Foundation.”
While Pitt’s delegate declined to remark on the circumstance, according to Page Six, a source near the case excused it as “a dismal case of someone who was the casualty of an online big-name web trick that had nothing to do with the genuine superstar.”