Hollywood star Brad Pitt is one of the world’s most beloved stars. And even though he maintained his ‘golden boy’ profile safely There have been several scandals that the Ad Astra star has infamously been involved in. One of them was his mission for the victims of Hurricane Katrina and his Making Things Right Foundation. The plaintiffs, though, allege that what the agency did was anything to making things right.
According to the New York Post report, residents of New Orleans’ Ninth Ward. Who he helped rebuild—have complained about shoddy construction and defective foundations. Electrical and HVAC issues and improperly mounted gas meters placed them under unsafe living conditions. And although the tenants have regularly protested to the foundation calling for repairs. They only tried to patch the worst, leaving the rest as it is.
Pitt Foundation agreed to carry out inspections.
The study also cites some citizens who say that the Pitt Foundation agreed to carry out inspections only because they signed a non-disclosure document promising that they would not sue.The article further stated that Pitt’s foundation was ‘inactive’ and ‘insolvent.’ Later in 2018, the Battle Club Star and its Make It Right Base were brought down by a class action suit.
He asked that he be removed from the case, claiming that his press statements were not promises he made to the victims.Brad Pitt had nothing more than a directorial role in the organization to have all legal obligations. Pitt and his foundation later prosecuted architect John C. William for $20 million in faulty building work. Both cases including Pitt and Williams have failed to be resolved.
Paramount purchased the film in 2019, with a scheduled initial release on Christmas 2021 to apply for the awards and an extended-release on January 7 by Deadline. That was, however, until coronavirus derailed production plans throughout the film industry. It is not clear if Babylon will be premiering at a later date.