In the latest chapter of their prolonged legal battle, Angelina Jolie faces a significant health decline, reportedly fueled by stress from Brad Pitt's recent win in their winery dispute. Insiders claim the strain has exacerbated Angelina's longstanding health issues, as Brad's legal maneuvers intensify amidst their ongoing feud over the Château Miraval estate.

“The sheer scale of stress she’s walking around with – plus the insomnia, panic attacks and all-consuming anger she feels – has wrecked her self-esteem and trashed her reputation. Brad seems out to crush her any way he can – and this is not good for someone with her health history,” an unnamed source told The National Enquirer.

Most, if not all, fans are aware that Angelina and Brad are involved in a bitter legal battle over the $164 million French winery they purchased together during their failed marriage. The "Troy" actor has been attempting to take Angie to court for selling her stake in Chateau Miraval without his permission to a group owned by Russian billionaire Yuri Shefler, and a judge recently ruled that his case can proceed despite Angelina's frantic efforts to have the case dismissed.

Angelina's health has been a major concern for years, with worry about her skeletal frame and brittle bones just the tip of the iceberg. The mother of six underwent a double mastectomy in 2013. She had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed in 2015 after learning she was at high risk of developing the same cancer that killed her mother, Marcheline Bertrand, when she was 56 years old in 2007.

Angelina has also admitted to having Bell's palsy, which is a virus that affects facial muscles. “The stress with Brad is doing her no good at all. He just won’t let this die. She can’t believe he’s being so vindictive. People think Brad is truly sick for twisting the knife time and gain and not giving her a break – but Team Pitt insists she’s the one who done him wrong,” the insider furthered.

On March 21, The Daily Mail reported Angelina’s lawyer claimed the actress recently won a series of courtroom victories in her legal battle with ex-husband Brad Pitt over Château Miraval, the French estate and winery they purchased in 2008.

According to an insider who spoke with Entertainment Tonight, the judge ruled in favor of the Oscar-winning actress at a hearing in Los Angeles earlier this month, dismissing five of Pitt's seven claims against her.

“The judge dismissed most of Mr. Pitt's claims because they don't have a legal basis. Mr. Pitt's lawsuit has never been about a business dispute; instead, it is about his attempts to cover up serious abuse, and we are gratified the judge has thrown out so much of Mr. Pitt's complaint,” Angelina's lawyer Paul Murphy told the outlet in a statement.

The “Maleficent” star “truly harbors no ill-will toward Pitt,” her lawyer said, adding that Angelina "hopes he will now release her from his frivolous lawsuit, stop his relentless attacks, and join her in helping their family heal in private."

Over the last six years, the “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” stars have been embroiled in legal battles over a variety of issues, including custody of their six children: Maddox, 22; Pax, 20; Zahara, 19, Shiloh, 17, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 15.

Angelina’s legal victory came after Brad made progress during a hearing over the estate in France. According to legal documents reviewed by The Sun, he “racked up a win in a French court last week” in connection with a ruling over documents authorities seized in a March 2022 raid.

“There’s a long way to go in this litigation, but at the moment, the momentum is certainly with Brad,” an informant close to the “Gone Girl” actor told the publication after the ruling in an appeals court in the Aix-en-Provence. According to the source, the latest ruling was the third time Brad had made progress in the case.

“In recent months, he’s landed three courtroom wins across three different jurisdictions: Luxembourg, the United States, and now France. From the moment this hostile takeover bid began, he made it clear that he wasn’t going to be bullied - and he meant it,” the tipster added of the “Moneyball” actor. “[Brad] has stood his ground and will continue to do what is right,” it went on.

The recent ruling was linked to a March 2022 raid on the winery, in which officials brandishing search warrants took possession of documents and a computer in connection with accusations against Shefler's firm Nouvel of “malfeasance and misuse of company assets,” according to the outlet, citing case documents.

Under French law, the court can grant companies involved in lawsuits permission to obtain evidence from the parties they are suing in collaboration with court-appointed representatives.

A separate court later reversed the ruling, ordering that the items collected from Shefler “remained locked and sealed” pending further court orders. According to the outlet, Judge Valerie Gerard denied Shelfer and his company, Nouvel, access to the materials seized in the raid. The judge ruled that as “an indirect shareholder,” Nouvel “had no legal standing” to request access to the documents held by officials at Brad’s French firm SA Chateau Miraval.

The publication reported the judge also ordered Nouvel to pay approximately $21,000 in legal fees, and the documents will be returned to a safe at Chateau Miraval controlled by Brad's firm. The latest development in the case comes weeks after Angelina unsuccessfully convinced a Los Angeles Superior Court to dismiss it entirely.

The legal battle has been far-reaching. In November, a Luxembourg court restricted Shefler's control over a portion of his shares, resulting in Brad becoming the majority shareholder.