Olivia Wilde wins first custody case towards Jason Sudeikis

Olivia Wilde has won the first child custody lawsuit against her ex-fiancé Jason Sudeikis. The court in New York dismissed Sudeikis’ custody request. The judge made an important consideration before dismissing the motion. At the moment, Wilde seems to have the edge in this case.

Olivia Wilde wins custody case against Jason Sudeikis

Olivia Wilde wins first custody case against Jason Sudeikis

Jason Sudeikis presented the custody case against Olivia Wilde in 2021 in New York Family Court. Sudeikis wants his kids to be with him in Brooklyn while Wilde wants them in Los Angeles and maybe London.

Sudeikis, 46, has just successfully wrapped up filming the third season of ‘Ted Lasso’ and his hit Apple show is ready to return to the UK. But the judge discovered the children’s home was not in Britain, where he wanted her.

On May 17, Wilde, who wants her children in LA, filed a petition for clarification on the parental relationship in the Superior Court of California in LA. The next day, her legal team accelerated action on her petition.

The judge added that NY was not the children’s home; So the case has to be postponed. According to the file signed by the court attorney:

“Judge Powell and this Referee agreed that New York was not the home state of the children concerned; rather, California was the children’s home state.

Battle between Wilde and Sudeikis

Sometime in April, legal documents were served to Olivia Wilde in a manner she felt was inappropriate by Jason Sudeikis. The actress was furious when the documents were delivered to her while on stage promoting her new movie, Don’t Worry Darling.

Wilde filed a case last month in which she said her ex tried to embarrass and aggressively threaten her. She claimed that Sudeikis used outrageous legal tactics and his actions were aimed at threatening her and catching her off guard. However, a source revealed that Sudeikis did not know where and when the documents would be delivered to Wilde. If he knew he wouldn’t approve it, the source added.

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