Olivia Wilde says getting custody papers in Las Vegas was ‘vicious’ | Celebrities

Olivia Wilde believes getting custody papers while promoting her new film was a “vicious” move.

The 38-year-old actress advertised her new psychological thriller “Do not worry, dear” at Cinemacon in Las Vegas in April, when she was presented with the documents on the care of the former groom Jason Sudeikis.

The Hollywood star, who has Otis, eight, and Daisy, five, with Jason, shared: “It was my workplace. In any other workplace, this would be considered assault. It was very unpleasant. This should not have happened.

“There was a serious breach in security, which is really scary. The hurdles you had to jump through to get to that multi-badge room, and the special COVID tests you had to take a few days before that gave you the wristbands you needed to gain access to the event – it was something that required foresight.”

Olivia directed the film Don’t Worry Darling, which also stars Harry Styles, Florence Pugh and Chris Pine, and is furious that the high-profile incident overshadowed the film.

The actress, who became a director who enlisted with Jason in 2013, said Variety: “I hated that this abomination distracted the work of many different people and the studio I was there.

“Trying to sabotage it was really vicious. But I had work to do; I’m not easily distracted.

“But, you know, unfortunately, it wasn’t completely unexpected for me. I mean, there’s a reason I left that relationship.’

Meanwhile, Jason has previously denied knowing where or when custody papers will be issued to his ex-partner.

A spokesman said: “Mr Sudeikis had no prior knowledge of the time and place of delivery of the envelope as this is entirely dependent on the service company involved and he would never condone it being served in such an inappropriate manner. “


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