Olivia Wilde has won her custody battle with ex-husband Jason Sudeikis.

 Olivia Wilde has won her custody battle with ex-husband Jason Sudeikis.

The 'Don't Worry Darling' star and director was victorious in a California court after the judge ruled that their two children, Otis, eight, and Daisy, five, were legally residents of the Golden State.  This comes after the 38-year-old actress claimed the 'Ted Lasso' star, 46, who wanted the children to live in New York, served the custody papers in April "in the most aggressive way possible" while she was speaking on a panel about her new film at Comic Con.  Olivia claimed in a filing that Jason, with whom she was in a relationship from 2011 to 2020, intended to "embarrass" and "threaten" her by having the papers delivered in such a public setting. "Jason's actions were clearly intended to threaten me and catch me off guard," Olivia, who is now romantically involved with pop singer Harry Styles, 28, said in court documents. He could have served me quietly, but he chose to serve me in the most aggressive way possible.  "The fact that Jason would publicly embarrass me and put our personal conflict on display in this manner is extremely detrimental to our children's best interests." I filed a petition for custody in Los Angeles because Jason has made it clear that we will not be able to work this out for our children's sake outside of the court system."  An insider confirmed at the time that the former 'SNL' star intended to file the motion, but not in such a dramatic manner.  "Papers were drawn up to establish jurisdiction relating to Ms. Wilde and Mr. Sudeikis' children," they said. He would never allow her to be served in such an unsuitable manner."

The 'Don't Worry Darling' star and director was victorious in a California court after the judge ruled that their two children, Otis, eight, and Daisy, five, were legally residents of the Golden State.


This comes after the 38-year-old actress claimed the 'Ted Lasso' star, 46, who wanted the children to live in New York, served the custody papers in April "in the most aggressive way possible" while she was speaking on a panel about her new film at Comic Con.


Olivia claimed in a filing that Jason, with whom she was in a relationship from 2011 to 2020, intended to "embarrass" and "threaten" her by having the papers delivered in such a public setting.

"Jason's actions were clearly intended to threaten me and catch me off guard," Olivia, who is now romantically involved with pop singer Harry Styles, 28, said in court documents. He could have served me quietly, but he chose to serve me in the most aggressive way possible.


"The fact that Jason would publicly embarrass me and put our personal conflict on display in this manner is extremely detrimental to our children's best interests." I filed a petition for custody in Los Angeles because Jason has made it clear that we will not be able to work this out for our children's sake outside of the court system."


An insider confirmed at the time that the former 'SNL' star intended to file the motion, but not in such a dramatic manner.


"Papers were drawn up to establish jurisdiction relating to Ms. Wilde and Mr. Sudeikis' children," they said. He would never allow her to be served in such an unsuitable manner."

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