The Real Brad Pitt Won Legal Case Against The Woman Who Was Scammed By A Fake Brad Pitt 

November 16, 2020 / Posted by:

Texas businesswoman, Kelli Christina, the woman who sued Brad Pitt for getting scammed by someone impersonating him, must be more upset than when she found out that the guy she was talking marriage with turned out to not be Brad Pitt. Kelli sued Brad after getting finessed by a stranger out of $40,000 and a romantic relationship, believing the man she was interacting with digitally but never met in person was THEE William Bradley Pitt. But a judge called that shit “meritless” and tossed the case out, as expected by anybody with common sense and a knowledge of the law equivalent to over 3 hours of Judge Judy or any episode of Law & Order.

Kelli sued Brad after an imposter used Brad’s Make It Right Foundation to connect with her and scam her in exchange for appearances which he never made. Somehow over the course of two years and zero appearances, Kelli managed to send this fake Brad Pitt $40,000 of her own money… this is a “businesswoman”… Kelli sued the real Brad Pitt after she found out she was scammed by a fake Brad Pitt. Because why not, I guess?

Page Six says that the woman sued Brad Pitt because he didn’t do enough to stop scammers from using his name to scam. A Texas judge called the case “meritless” and tossed it out. Kelli told Page Six that she plans to appeal the decision:

“Brad Pitt ignored all (my problems for) a year and a half. He was contacted (about the ordeal) at Make It Right, Plan B Entertainment (production company), his Los Angeles home and his Beverly Hills attorney (in) the summer of 2019. All problems (were) ignored and yet it’s his name and reputation (being used to defraud people).”

This may come as a shock to Kelli, but did she know that when Ellen DeGeneres shows up in the bottom corner of her screen for an ad about the secret to her youth she is also not responsible for that? Kelli must have bought a lot of mislabeled vaseline from in her life. Babygirl sorry to break the news, that was not La Mer.


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