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It's been less than a week since the season two premiere of Netflix's My Unorthodox Life, and fans of the show already have tons of questions.
If you haven't already binge-watched the new episodes, you should know that this season reveals how Julia Haart's business gets flipped upside down amid her divorce from her ex-husband Silvio Scaglia.
Initially, Julia and Silvio were on the same team while uncoupled and agreed that they could still be great business partners as CEO and owner of Elite World Group. In the trailer for season two, Julia explained that they were "amazing business partners,” adding that their split “doesn’t impact the business at all.”
However, things quickly changed when Silvio fired Julia from the company. From there, a *very* messy legal battle followed. TLDR: Julia claimed she wasn't allowed to be fired because she co-owns the business during an April appearance on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, per Bustle. But in August, the Delaware Court of Chancery ruled in Silvio's favor, which meant Julia didn't co-own the company.
Since all the drama, Julia has pursued new opportunities, including her latest Metaverse-based business, Haart Sphere. Curious to know more? Read on for all the details.
What is Haart Sphere?
On the show, Julia refers to Haart Sphere as a Meta organization.
Back in January, NBC reported that Julia planned on making celebrities into avatars and sending them into the Metaverse to create new opportunities.
Julia currently runs Haart Sphere as CEO with her daughter Miriam, who studied engineering at Stanford University and serves as the CTO. “The technology that we want to exist in Haart Sphere doesn’t exist anywhere," Miriam says during episode six. Robert Zaffiris, who is the former CFO of Elite World Group also appears during a Haart Sphere meeting on the show, but his LinkedIn states he currently works at Texture Advisors LLC as Principal Consultant.
Miriam also mentions the idea of working for the company to her girlfriend Nathalie, who needs a work visa to avoid having to go back to Sweden.
The status of the company is unknown, but based on how Haart Sphere looks on the show, it seems like they're still just getting started.
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