Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde issued a joint statement criticizing their former nanny for making “false and outrageous accusations” against them in an interview with the Daily Mail.
“As parents, it is deeply upsetting to learn that a former nanny for our two young children would make such false and shameful accusations about us in public,” the former couple — who share son Otis, 8, and daughter Daisy, 6 — told Page Six on Monday.
“Her 18 months of harassing us, as well as loved ones, close friends and colleagues, has reached its unfortunate climax. We will continue to focus on raising and protecting our children with sincere hope that she now chooses to leave our family alone.”
Their statement comes just hours after the Daily Mail published an article in which their nanny made a series of resounding accusations – claiming that Sudeikis discovered Wilde had contacted Harry Styles in Palm Springs after emails between the couple were found on her. Old Apple Watch.
The woman who spoke anonymously to daily Mail, It was also claimed that the “Ted Lasso” star, 47, was so distraught after finding out about Wilde’s relationship with Styles that he He threw himself in front of her car To prevent her from going to see the boy’s former heart.
She also alleged that Sudeikis shot her on February 1, 2021, when he was in a drunken rage.
She told the Daily Mail, “On Monday morning [of] November 9, when I came back from the weekend, [Jason] He was crying a lot, crying and crying. I didn’t know what happened at all.
After I got the kids ready, Jason went upstairs and drank some coffee. He was crying and messy saying:You have left us. you left us! “
The nanny – who has worked with them for more than three years – alleged that Sudeikis quickly banned employees from listening to any of Styles’ music at his home following the revelations.
The nanny claimed Sudeikis was completely shocked when Wilde, 38, cut things off — despite the actress and director’s constant reluctance that their breakup was amicable.
Despite saying Sudeikis fired her, the nanny added, “I sympathize with Jason because I lived with him and saw him every day and we had a lot of good times. But the bad times were really bad.”
“I feel for Jason because he really wanted to make things work, he tried. He left everything to go to therapy and to do his best to do better and it just didn’t work out.”
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