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Left-wing actress Olivia Wilde got more than she bargained for while giving a CinemaCon presentation yesterday.
Wilde was served legal documents related to the custody of her two children with Jason Sudeikis while speaking onstage.
In 2018, Wilde helped her mother, Democrat Leslie Cockburn, campaign unsuccessfully for Congress in Virginia’s 5th District.
Despite the loss, Wilde declared that night, “It’s time to roll up our sleeves and get to work. A lot of progress was made tonight and we need to keep the blue wave rolling!”
According to a source, the papers served to Wilde were related to establishing jurisdiction over the couple’s children.
Sudeikis reportedly did not know when or where the papers would be delivered to Wilde and that he would never approve her receiving them in that manner.
Wilde was giving a presentation in regards to her new movie, “Don’t Worry Darling,” explaining how the film is inspired by mind-benders including “Inception,” “The Matrix,” and “The Truman Show.”
Midway through her presentation, however, Wilde was handed a manila envelope labeled “personal and confidential” by a person in the audience.
The bewildered Wilde then asked, “This is for me? Is this a script?” as she opened the envelope but didn’t reveal what was inside.
“OK, got it. Thank you,” Wilde then said, appearing to acknowledge the contents.
In a July 2021 interview, Sudeikis appeared to not understand why the former couple’s seven-year engagement came to an end the year prior.