Brad Pitt and his partner Angelina Jolie will have to open up their French estate and allow a wild boar hunt on their land this summer (08), according to local residents.
The couple, along with their four children, has taken up residence in a sprawling property in the southern region of Aix-en-Provence - while Jolie awaits the birth of her twins.
The estate's grounds have long been used by wild boar hunters, and when the season opens again in August (08) - the family will have to put up with locals trailing across their land.
The president of the village hunt society tells local publication, French Dimanche, "We have a written agreement in place that doesn't expire until at least 30 August. There is no indication that the estate owner wishes to challenge that, quite to the contrary."
The couple is leasing the house from American billionaire Tom Bove.