According to a report, Jason Sudeikis has agreed to pay $27,500 per month as child support for his 9-year-old son Otis and 6-year-old daughter Daisy, with actress-producer Olivia Wilde.
The legal battle between actor-producer Olivia Wilde and actor Jason Sudeikis has come to an end as they have agreed to joint custody of their two children. According to court documents obtained by the Daily Mail, Jason will be making monthly payments of $27,500 to provide child support. As per the reports from the portal, their estimated income was $10.5 million, with Olivia earning approximately $500,000.
Jason Sudeikis, who leads the Ted Lasso series, has been ordered to pay Olivia Wilde a monthly child support amount of $27,500, with $10,300 allocated for Otis and $17,200 for Daisy.
According to court documents, Daily Mail reports that Jason will also bear 25% of Olivia’s childcare expenses, in addition to the $27,500 monthly payment.
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis’ Relationship Timeline:
In 2011, the former couple reportedly began dating after meeting at a Saturday Night Live finale party. Olivia and Jason got engaged the following year and welcomed their son Otis in August 2014 and their daughter Daisy in October 2016. They parted ways in 2020.
Contentious Legal Battle Over Children:
After their separation, Olivia and Jason remained amicable for some time. However, their co-parenting situation made headlines in April 2022 when Jason served Olivia with legal documents regarding their children while she was on stage at a CinemaCon event in Las Vegas.
In August 2022, an insider discussed their ongoing custody battle with People, stating, “They don’t talk to each other, so they have help in communicating about the custody program.”
According to People’s report, in March 2022, court filings revealed that the former couple was not close to resolving their custody battle. Olivia’s legal team claimed that Jason was attempting to “litigate the custody issue” because he was trying to determine whether Otis and Daisy should live in New York City or Los Angeles.
As per People, in April, Olivia’s legal team filed a claim alleging that Jason “was not paying child support to cover out-of-pocket expenses for school tuition.” This led to a dispute between the actors’ teams.