Olivia Wilde says Jason Sudeikis’ public records ’embarrassed’ her

Olivia Wilde claims her ex, Jason Sudeikis, hoped to “embarrass” her by having her served with custody papers while she was on stage earlier this year, court documents have revealed.

The former partners share two children and broke up in November 2020.

Sudeikis’ custody applications reportedly sought to allow the children to be with him in New York after he wrapped filming “Ted Lasso” this year.

A judge has since dismissed the petitions and determined that the children’s state of origin was California.

“Jason’s actions were clearly intended to threaten me and catch me off guard,” Wilde said in the legal claim described by the Daily Mail.

β€œHe could have served me discreetly, but instead he chose to serve me as aggressively as possible. Jason embarrassing me professionally and exposing our personal conflict in this way is extremely contrary to the best interests of our children.

Sudeikis claimed to be “reluctant” to serve her ex, but then asked her lawyer to serve her as she prepared to fly to Los Angeles, according to court documents.

He said he hoped to have her served at London Heathrow Airport and not at home because it could have happened in front of their children, the Daily Mail reported.

Sudeikis reportedly claimed that the process server had a “series of logistical mishaps” that prevented Wilde from obtaining custody papers.

He said the process server eventually discovered his potential cameo at CinemaCon and found her at a panel event.

β€œI understand that the bailiff had only done his job; however, I deeply regret what happened,” Sudeikis said, according to court documents.

“Olivia’s conference was a significant event for Olivia, both professionally and personally, and I’m really, really sorry that the incident ruined her special moment.”




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