Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde settle bitter custody battle, Ted Lasso actor to pay massive sum

Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde have reportedly settled their bitter custody battle, according to new court filings obtained by the Daily Mail.

The Ted Lasso star has allegedly agreed to pay his ex $27,500 ($A42,800) per month in child support for their two kids, Otis, 9, and Daisy, 6, reports Page Six.

This settlement – which comes nearly two years after the exes first entered into their legal battle – is said to be based on Sudeikis’ estimated 2023 income of $10.5 million ($A16.3 million) and Wilde’s estimated income of $500,000 ($A778,000).

“The parties agree that child support for the minor children in the amount of $27,500 per month is sufficient to maintain the needs of the minor children considering Jason’s station in life … is consistent with each child’s best interest, and application of the guideline would be unjust or inappropriate in this case,” the court papers reportedly state.

Wilde’s rep did not immediately respond to Page Six’s comment request, while Sudeikis’ had no comment.

The custody battle between Sudeikis, 48, and Wilde, 39, took a drastic turn when the Don’t Worry Darling director was infamously served legal papers while on stage at CinemaCon in April 2022.

At the time, a source told Page Six that Wilde was mortified.

“It seemed unthinkable to her, and it took a moment to set in, but as mortifying as it was, she did not want to give a reaction,” the insider explained.

Fortunately, things have gotten better since then.

Not only have Sudeikis and Wilde settled their custody battle, but they put on a united front in Los Angeles last weekend when they were spotted cheering on Otis at his soccer game. The former duo even hugged and shared a high-five.

Wilde and Sudeikis started dating in November 2011 and got engaged in January 2013. They welcomed their two kids before separating in November 2020.

This article originally appeared in Page Six and was reproduced with permission.

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