• "My Unorthodox Life" star Julia Haart was fired as CEO at Elite World Group Wednesday
  • She filed for divorce from husband Silvio Scaglia hours later
  • The couple reportedly did not sign a prenuptial agreement before they wed in July 2019

Julia Haart has vowed to fight her firing as CEO at Elite World Group.

The 50-year-old fashion designer filed for divorce from Silvio Scaglia, 63, Wednesday — just hours after she was fired as CEO of the modeling agency company she co-owns with her estranged husband.

Employees at Elite World Group received a memo Wednesday announcing that Paolo Barbieri will replace Haart, Us Weekly reported.

Multiple sources told Page Six that the couple did not sign a prenuptial agreement before they wed in July 2019 and that the cameras of Haart's Netflix show, "My Unorthodox Life," were rolling as she was fired.

"Julia took the cameras into the offices for a meeting and was blindsided," an unnamed source told the outlet.

The former La Perla creative director reportedly had no idea she was being removed from her position. An anonymous Elite source told Page Six that Haart and Scaglia's split is "going to get messy."

Haart — who left her sheltered life in the Orthodox Jewish community of Monsey, New York, to move to Manhattan and join the fashion world — vowed to fight for her position in the company.

"The action taken to remove Julia Haart from her position as CEO was unauthorized and of no legal effect. She is a 50% owner of the business and one [of] the two directors. Unfortunately, this comes at a time when Julia and Silvio are in the beginning of divorce proceedings. Julia will enforce all of her legal rights and remedies," her lawyer, Richard Edlin of Greenberg Traurig, said in a statement.

Scaglia is the founder of Freedom Holding, the holding company that controls the Elite World Group. He is worth at least $1 billion, according to Forbes.

Haart and Scaglia met while she was the creative director of fashion line La Perla and he was the CEO. He made her the CEO of Elite World Group in 2019 and even changed his name to Haart after they wed.

Both of them appeared on the first season of "My Unorthodox Life," which premiered on Netflix last year and gave viewers a glimpse of their $55 million Tribeca apartment.

Earlier this month, Haart shared snaps of them on Instagram, announcing that they have already started filming Season 2. "And just like that.. we're back! Day 1 of filming is complete," she wrote in the caption.

It was not clear when the photos were taken. Unnamed sources told Page Six that Scaglia refused to appear in the upcoming season.

"Silvio told Julia months and months ago that he would not be filming," an Elite source said. "He thought that the first season was important to Julia, and that's what she wanted, but then he saw the show and he thought, 'What am I doing?' Silvio just launched a multimillion-dollar bitcoin company, he's a serious man, he didn't need to be on the show."

Reps for Haart and Scaglia did not immediately respond to requests for comment, according to the outlet.

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