EXCLUSIVE: Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde are finally settling their bitter custody battle over their two children
- Court documents obtained by DailyMail.com show that Jason Sudeikis has agreed to pay $27,500 a month in support for his son Otis, 8, and daughter Daisy, 6
- The figure is based on Sudeikis’ estimated income of $10.5 million in 2023 and Olivia’s estimated income of $500,000
Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde have finally settled their bitter custody battle after the actor agreed to pay his ex $27,500 a month in child support for their two children, Otis, eight, and Daisy, six, DailyMail.com can reveal.
According to court documents, the five-figure amount is based on Sudeikis’ estimated income of $10.5 million in 2023 and Olivia’s estimated income of $500,000.
The settlement, reached more than a year after Wilde was served legal documents onstage during a public event, resolves the couple’s outstanding custody and child support issues that have persisted for the past 18 months.
Over the weekend, the exes were spotted putting on a united front in LA’s Los Feliz neighborhood as they cheered on their nine-year-old son Otis at his soccer game.
The former couple maintains an amicable parenting relationship with their children, which includes six-year-old daughter Daisy.
The 39-year-old Booksmart director looked casual in high-rise jeans and a yellow T-shirt.
Olivia wore a green scarf around her neck and sunglasses on her face as she threw her arms in the air in excitement.
The 48-year-old Ted Lasso star wore a white hoodie, navy pants, a blue ball cap and sunglasses as he smiled at the action on the field.
Both parents have shared special moments with their children on their social media since their split.
The Saturday Night Live alum shared a photo of himself with Otis at a basketball game earlier this year.
They sat on the sidelines with Otis in a T-shirt, jeans and track jacket while his father wore a white hoodie with jeans and a newsboy-style cap.
Co-parenting: The former couple enjoys an amicable co-parenting relationship with their children, which includes six-year-old daughter Daisy
They hugged it on the field
He simply captioned the post “Junior.”
The House of Representatives actress shared a photo of her with Otis and Daisy on the picket line for the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.
In the black and white photo, Daisy and Olivia are holding signs while Otis looks to the side.
Mom wore jeans and a t-shirt while her daughter wore leggings and a t-shirt and her son wore sweatpants and a t-shirt.
She captioned the post, “Among the most important reminders is learning about corporate greed, even if you want to love Netflix.”
Earlier this week, the Don’t Worry Darling star caused a stir when she called Justin Bieber, not her ex Harry Styles, the “greatest singer in the world.”
She appeared in an episode of Subway Takes, a one-minute talk shoe set in the New York subway.
The host asked her to say the first thing that came to mind when he said Justin Bieber and Olivia immediately said, “The greatest singer in the world.”