Olivia Wilde claims that her ex Jason Sudeikis meant to "embarrass" her when he served her with custody papers onstage at CinemaCon in April.
Back in April, Olivia Wilde was just trying to live her glamorous life, which in this case meant presenting the trailer for Don’t Worry Darling at CinemaCon, when she was interrupted to get served custody papers — onstage. Now, she has legally filed to dismiss the petition, describing the delivery as “aggressive.”
"Jason's actions were clearly intended to threaten me and catch me off guard,” she said in the court filing, per Daily Mail. “He could have served me discreetly, but instead he chose to serve me in the most aggressive manner possible.” Hello, the woman is trying to work.
There is so much Wilde could say to speak to the deviousness of that humiliation, but she put it simply in the filing: "The fact that Jason would embarrass me professionally and put our personal conflict on public display in this manner is extremely contrary to our children's best interests,” the filing reads.
"I understand that the process server had only done her job; however, I deeply regret what happened," Sudeikis says. "Olivia's talk was an important event for Olivia, both professionally and personally, and I am very, very sorry that the incident marred her special moment."
He also specifically added that he didn’t want them served at “her partner’s house,” aka the home of Harry Styles that not only graced Better Homes and Gardens, but is the namesake of his latest album. “I did not want service to take place at the home of Olivia's current partner because Otis and Daisy might be present,” he said in the filing, adding: "I did not want service to take place at the children's school because parents might be present.”