Olivia Wilde Has Won Her Custody Battle Against Her Ex

Olivia Wilde
Harry Styles SLOWLY Getting To Know Olivia Wilde’s Kids?!

Jason Sudeikis lost the custody dispute Olivia Wilde had with him.

The actor and director of “Don’t Worry Darling” won a legal battle in California after the judge determined that their two children, Otis, 8, and Daisy, 5, were lawful residents of the state.

This comes after a 38-year-old actress alleged that the 46-year-old “Ted Lasso” actor, who wanted the kids to call New York home, issued the custody papers in April “in the most violent way conceivable” as she was participating in a panel discussion about her new movie at Comic-Con.

By having the documents delivered in such a prominent place, Olivia claimed in a filing that Jason, with whom she had a relationship from 2011 until 2020, was trying to “embarrass” and “threaten” her.

Olivia Wilde Is Romantically Involved With Pop Singer: 

Olivia Wilde is dating Harry Styles, one of the most well-known pop artists. She said in court that her former partner’s actions threatened her and they caught her off her guard. He might have served discreetly, but they chose the aggressive manner.

According to court documents obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com, the former couple’s formerly cordial custody and co-parenting arrangement have devolved into a contentious argument over Wilde’s desire to move to London, where her current boyfriend, Harry Styles, resides.

In addition, a judge dismissed Sudeikis’ request for the children to reside in New York on Wednesday, giving Wilde the victory in the custody dispute.

Later an insider confirmed that Olivia Wilde’s ex-husband tried to file a motion, but it was not in his intention to be so dramatic.

They say that the papers were trying to establish jurisdiction relating to the children of Olivia Wilde and Sudeikis. He may never condone her for getting served like that.


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