Olivia Wilde’s net worth revealed amid Jason Sudeikis custody battle
As Wilde claims Sudeikis is attempting to “litigate her into debt”, the 39-year-old’s net worth was leaked to the public.
Olivia Wilde and her ex, actor Jason Sudeikis, are currently in the middle of a custody battle over their two children, Otis Alexander Sudeikis and Daisy Josephine Sudeikis, following their divorce.
What is Olivia Wilde’s net worth?
While Wilde claimed that Sudekis is attempting to “litigate her into debt”, legal documents obtained by the Daily Mail show that the actress has a net worth of over $10 million.
According to a declaration filed with the Los Angeles Superior Court, Wilde said she has $645,187 in bank accounts, $3,902,689 in stocks and bonds and $6,021,860 in real estate and other property for a total of $10,569,736.
The outlet added that Wilde earns a monthly income of $71,667. However, she reportedly spends $107,000 per month which includes almost $4,000 on cleaning, over $58,000 on a mortgage and $6,500 on basic utilities.
In regards to the leaks, a rep for Wilde told E! News: “The sealed and private documents that were leaked today are the utmost breach of trust and never intended for public consumption.
“This private family matter, involving young children, has continued to be a tabloid fixture and the press coverage dating back a year has been relentless and traumatic.”
Wilde’s complaints over Sudeikis’ legal approach
Reports indicate that Sudeikis is wealthier than Wilde. According to TMZ, Wilde accused Sudeikis of being “underhanded” and acting “in bad faith” over their children’s futures.
Wilde’s attorneys wrote: “While Jason can afford to spin his wheels with filing after filing, Olivia cannot.
“Jason seems intent on throwing whatever he can against the wall to see what will stick, and this Request for Order seeking a stay of the California Parentage action is just the latest example.”
“Jason should not be permitted to litigate Olivia into debt, and then claim she should be deprived of her right to seek a needs-based fee contribution from him.”