Olivia Wilde ends silence on guardianship docs from Jason Sudeikis: 'Actually horrible's
Olivia Wilde is ending her quiet about getting served care papers from her ex Jason Sudeikis while talking in front of an audience at CinemaCon in April.
In a Variety profile, distributed Wednesday, Wilde focused on the occurrence, in which somebody gave her a manila envelope marked "individual and private"
While she was presenting the trailer for her impending spine chiller "Don't Worry Darling," which she coordinated.
The papers were connected with laying out locale over two or three's kids, an individual acquainted with the circumstance however not approved to talk openly.
The "Ted Lasso" star and Wilde were locked in for a very long time before their split in November 2020 and share child Otis, 8 and little girl Daisy, 5.
The source additionally told Sudeikis didn't have the foggiest idea when or where the papers would be conveyed to Wilde.
That he could never endorse the previous "House" star getting them as such.
"It was my work environment," Wilde told Variety.
"In some other work environment, it would be viewed as an assault. It was truly disturbing. It shouldn't have had the option to occur."
Wilde likewise noticed the occurrence in question "a gigantic break in security, which is truly frightening."