Julia Haart’s net worth is being investigated after she was sacked from her estranged spouse Silvio Scaglia’s firm.

Julia Haart, an American businesswoman, was sacked from her husband’s company, Elite World Group.

According to US Weekly, Elite World Group staff received a memo on February 9 announcing that Paolo Barbieri will now serve as the company’s CEO, succeeding the 50-year-old fashion designer.

According to an insider, Haart was entirely surprised by the termination. Haart divorced her 63-year-old husband, Italian entrepreneur Silvio Scaglia, following her dismissal from her position.

The pair married in 2019, and Scaglia appointed her CEO of Elite World Group. Apart from that, he took her surname.

Julia Haart net worth

According to Page Six, the couple did not sign a prenuptial agreement before their July 2019 wedding. Additionally, they claim that cameras from the reality show were rolling throughout Haart’s firing.

The former La Perla creative director invited the cameras from her Netflix series My Unorthodox Life inside her office without understanding what would happen. According to a company source, things are “about to become messy.”

Haart, according to a lawyer for her, owned 50% of the business and was one of its two directors, US Weekly reported on February 10.


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Julia Haart’s net worth

Julia Haart was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 11, 1971. She is presently starring in the hit Netflix show My Unorthodox Life, where she is known for her candid comments about orthodox Jewish life and how she escaped it by abandoning her conservative Haredi community to pursue glamour, wealth, and fashion.

According to Women’s Health, her net worth is approximately $600 million.

Haart began her career by establishing her shoe line. In an interview with People magazine, she explained that while financiers aided her, she built the network necessary for the company’s success:


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When Julia Haart’s brand gained popularity, she sold it substantially. Later in her career, she was named creative director of La Perla, an Italian fashion business known for its underwear.

When she began co-owning the Elite World Group (EWG) in 2018, the company was valued at $90 million. By 2021, the valuation had increased to $1 billion.

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Her co-ownership contributed around $500,000 to her worth. EWG is a global talent media organization representing over 5,000 artists, actresses, models, and others. Iman, Irina Shayk, and Kendall Jenner are just a few of their A-listers.

According to Trend Net Worth, ex-CEO Julia Haart earned approximately $2 million per year or $400,000 per month.


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