Olivia Wilde and ex Jason Sudeikis ‘continue to fight over their child support settlement’

Olivia Wilde and her ex Jason Sudeikis continue to discuss how their child support will be handled, despite vowing to co-parent in a healthy way.

Furthermore, there is said to be no chance of a reconciliation between the two, despite the fact that they were photographed embracing in Los Angeles on Friday.

According to TMZOlivia, 38, and Jason, 47, who are parents to Otis, eight, and Daisy, six, are still locked in a dogfight.

Sources told the site: ‘Jason’s New York attorney, Bill Beslow, went to a New York judge to resolve all child support issues. But last July, both a New York judge and a California judge ruled that all CUSTODY matters must be handled in Los Angeles.

‘They’re still locked in a dogfight’: Olivia Wilde and ex Jason Sudeikis ‘continue to fight over their child support agreement’ despite THAT friendly hug in public on Friday

“Beslow went to a New York court on January 4 and asked the judge to handle all the child SUPPORT issues, and the judge set a hearing date for February 15.”

Olivia is said to be puzzled by this because both a New York judge and a California judge have already said that this is a Los Angeles case and not a New York one.

And he would like both custody and child support to be decided in Los Angeles.

The site continues: “Beslow is appealing the decision to decide custody in Los Angeles. Olivia’s lawyer, Laura Wasser, and Olivia’s lawyer in New York have filed legal documents asking the judge on February 15 to throw out Beslow’s decision. Beslow to handle child support in New York, so a judge in Los Angeles can decide all matters involving the children.’

Also, it’s been reported that Ted Lasso star Jason doesn’t want child support for Olivia.

He is said to be willing to pay her “a reasonable amount” in child support, either decided by both of them or by a New York judge.

As it was: The news comes after it was reported that Olivia and her ex Jason are getting together

As it was: The news comes after it was reported that Olivia and her ex Jason are “getting along better now” since her split from Harry Styles and are “parenting together in a healthy way” (pictured with Sydney Chandler in September)

The news comes after it was reported that Olivia and her ex Jason are “getting along better now” since her split from Harry Styles and are “healthily co-parenting.”

Olivia and Jason, who split in 2020, have been ‘cordial’ since she split from Harry, 28, in November, reports Eastern Timedays after the actors were seen hugging after a meeting in Los Angeles.

A source said: “Olivia has been focusing all her energy on her children and her family ever since she split from Harry, and now that they’ve split, it’s been easier for Jason and Olivia to get along.”

‘Jason has been trying to support Olivia and be a good co-parent during this transition. Things between Jason and Olivia are cordial and going well.

“Things between Olivia and Jason are manageable and she is doing everything she can to co-parent with him in a healthy way. She’s in no rush to date anyone again right now.

The source added that Olivia is “still pretty hurt” by her split from Harry, but the singer “isn’t too broken” by their split.

Olivia and Jason were back on good terms when they were spotted out and about together in Los Angeles last week, more than two years after they ended their seven-year engagement in 2020.

Happier times: Plus, it's been reported that Ted Lasso star Jason doesn't want any child support from Olivia (pictured 2019)

Happier times: Plus, it’s been reported that Ted Lasso star Jason doesn’t want any child support from Olivia (pictured 2019)

They left a meeting together and were seen chatting on the sidewalk, before joining in a hug and going their separate ways.

The couple have been in an ugly custody battle over their children, coinciding with Wilde’s relationship with Harry Styles, whom he directed in last year’s film Don’t Worry Darling.

Styles, whose role in Don’t Worry Darling was at the center of dramatic rumors in the run-up to the film’s release, split from Wilde in November after a romance that lasted nearly two years.

Wilde and Sudeikis were seen the following month having what appeared to be a tense conversation after leaving a two-hour meeting in Hollywood.

However, they seemed more comfortable with each other during their sighting this week, chatting amongst themselves and giving each other a loving hug.

The drama between them during their legal battle has leaked into the public eye multiple times, including when custody papers were served to her while onstage at CinemaCon last April.

Wilde called the incident “an attack on her workplace” but said she was not surprised it happened because there was a “reason” she left her relationship with Sudeikis.

In court documents obtained by DailyMail.com, he argued that the decision to serve her on stage in front of an audience was an attempt to “threaten” and “shame” her.

Sudeikis filed a lawsuit against her ex in New York City Family Court in October 2021, and the dispute has largely revolved around where the children would live.

While he wanted them to live in Brooklyn, Wilde hoped they would stay in Los Angeles and possibly move to London, where her then-boyfriend Harry Styles lived.

Ex: Harry and Olivia split in November after almost two years together, despite sources claiming that

Ex: The actress and filmmaker became embroiled in drama after she ‘approached’ the singer, 28, on the set of Don’t Worry Darling (Harry pictured November 2022)

Here's how they were: Two months later, Olivia split from Ted Lasso actor Jason, 47, after nine years that reportedly left the actor

Ex: Two months after meeting Harry, Olivia split from Ted Lasso actor Jason, 47, after nine years; pictured together with children Otis and Daisy in 2018)

In a legal filing signed on August 5 of last year, a judge ruled that “New York was not the state of origin of the children in question” and that “California was the state of origin of the children.”

‘Therefore, for the reasons set forth in the record of July 15, 2022, Respondent’s motion to dismiss the custody petitions filed on October 21, 2021, is granted,’ the submission, which was reviewed by page sixstated.

The court found that “New York does not have jurisdiction to hear custody petitions” because it is not Otis and Daisy’s home state.

Wilde filed a petition to “determine parental relationship in the Superior Court of California, in Los Angeles” in May, according to the filing. His legal team moved to legally dismiss Sudekis’ custody case on May 18.

Experts argued at the time that the custody battle was likely to continue in California.

In Wilde’s motion to dismiss Sudeikis’ lawsuit, the actress claimed that she and he initially agreed to send their children back to school in Los Angeles for the next school year because Sudeikis was due to wrap up the final season of the Apple series. TV Ted Lasso. which had required him to be in London.

“Recently, however, Jason decided that he wanted to go to New York for the next year while he wasn’t working, and he wanted the kids to be with him there during this time off,” the actress said in the presentation. “When I disagreed, since the children have not lived in New York for several years, Jason produced these documents.”

Wilde, who began dating Styles in January 2021, argued that the children have spent most of the last four years in either Los Angeles or London, attending schools in both cities.

Wilde received the court documents April 26 in the midst of a presentation to 4,100 film industry executives about his thriller Don’t Worry Darling when a process server clumsily handed him a manila envelope.

The bizarre moment sparked furious speculation among attendees and reporters at the annual meeting of Hollywood studio and theater owners about the contents of the envelope.

Sudeikis has maintained that he was unaware that Wilde would be handed the papers in such a public and humiliating manner.

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Drama: The embattled film was marred by a series of controversies both before and after its memorably awkward premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September (pictured)