Brad Pitt has gained notoriety and criticized as a result of his split from Angelina Jolie. When Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans in 2006, he his ‘Make It Right Foundation‘ built ecologically friendly and inexpensive homes for individuals who had lost their homes.
A lawsuit has launched in 2018 by Attorney Ron Austin on behalf of the residents who alleged that the houses built by Pitt were substandard. Only six of the 109 residences have sold are in decent condition, while the rest riddled with mould. Because of this, the people claim to be ill and one woman even died.
They sold the mansion for about $150,000 each after raising allegedly millions of dollars for its construction.
They have faith in Brad Pitt,” attorney Ron Austin said in an interview with Ashleigh Banfield. It was the fantasy he sold them that they believed in. As a result, “they’re living in decrepit buildings that should demolish and rebuilt from the ground up.”
Moreover, the actor or his organisation is not looking at the matter. The residents criticized Brad Pitt and will not back down. In order to get them to appear in court and answer certain questions, they’ll be battling day in and day out.
In the meanwhile, a source close to Brad Pitt tells that, “His attorneys have made it plain that he has no legal culpability for the actions made by others. Although, Brad remains personally committed.”