Julia Haart, the star of Netflix's My Unorthodox Life, plans to launch a new business named Haart Sphere, which will be a Meta startup and some sort of tech venture which may revolve around avatars. However, her company is in the designing phase in 2022 and she is positive about what it can lead up to in the coming days.
My Unorthodox Life, a Netflix reality series, follows famous businesswoman Julia Haart who left her old life as a member of an Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community to make a name for herself and prove her worth. Viewers gain an understanding of how Julia runs her business while also maintaining her personal relationships through the show. The public also learns about Julia's children and loved ones, who play important roles in her life.
Julia Haart is currently involved in a controversial legal battle with Silvio Scaglia as of the new season. In February 2022, the reality television personality filed for divorce from her husband, the same day she was fired as CEO of Elite World Group. Scaglia later sued Julia, claiming she had illegally taken $850,000 from Freedom Holding, the company that owns the modeling conglomerate. It was proven in a Delaware court that Julia did not own 50% of the companies she claimed to own, prompting her to file a $257 million fraud lawsuit against Silvio.
Julia claims to have hard evidence that she has a stake in the organization, and that her estranged husband is either lying now or has in the past. It also appears that she is now hoping to launch her own tech company, Haart Sphere, with the help of those she trusts and will serve as CEO herself. So if you are wondering about her new business, here is everything you need to know.
According to Her Interview With NBC News, Julia Haart Is Planning a New Business Named Haart Sphere, Which Is a Meta Startup and Some Sort of Tech Venture!
As Julia Haart (@juliahaart) reveals in Season 2 of her Netflix reality series, she is starting a new business called Haart Sphere in addition to writing a book about her experiences. However, it's unclear at this point what Haart Sphere really is, but fans have speculated that it will be a Meta startup and some sort of tech venture. And, based on an interview Julia gave to NBC News in January 2022, her company may revolve around avatars.
Fans of My Unorthodox Life were shocked when Julia was fired as CEO of Elite World Group, where she was assisting her husband. After all, in Season 1, the fashionista appeared to be on top of the world, living her best life after leaving a marriage and community in which she had felt trapped for many years.
A month before being fired by Elite World Group, the reality star spoke to NBC News about restructuring the company with a fresh outlook on virtual objects. The project envisions digital versions of real-life celebrities being able to multitask in the metaverse while their physical bodies either worked or rested. For example, as Julia explained in the interview, an avatar can walk 14 different runways around the world at the same time.
While we don't know if Haart Sphere will be a continuation of this concept, it was revealed on Season 2 of the Netflix show that her daughter, Miriam, will be CTO (Chief Technology Officer), with Miriam claiming, "The technology that we want to exist in Haart Sphere doesn't exist anywhere."
According to rumors, Julia used to earn $2 million per year as co-owner of one of the world's largest modeling and talent media agencies. Julia has gathered a massive fortune as a result of her genuine dedication, hard work, and commitment to the business, as well as her other investments and income sources. During episode 6, the family discussed the work that would be required to develop the company, and they were still discussing how much money Julia would have to invest.
This is an exciting prospect for the family's future, especially since Julia split with Silvio in February 2022 and was promptly fired as a co-owner and CEO of EWG. According to Page Six, the firing was unexpected, with a source telling the publication, "Julia had no idea when she woke up this morning that she was going to be leaving."
The following weeks and months were stressful for Julia and her estranged husband. According to People, Silvio claimed that Julia illegally withdrew nearly $1 million from the company and then sued her. Meanwhile, she went on to accuse her ex of defrauding her of stocks and earnings.