Months prior, Olivia Wilde stood out as truly newsworthy after she was slipped a strange yellow envelope stamped "Individual and

Confidential" during a show at CinemaCon for her new film, Don't Worry

Darling. The entertainer chief hasn't spoken about the episode freely, yet new court archives

affirm introductory reports that the envelope was loaded with  court records connecting with her ex

Jason Sudeikis, and their continuous guardianship fight. After the April 26 episode

a delegate for Sudeikis, who imparts two kids to Wilde — Otis, 8, and Daisy, 5, affirmed the items in the envelope, let Deadline

know that the entertainer "had no earlier information" of how the papers would be served. The assertion kept, demanding that the entertainer "could never support

 her being served in a particularly improper way." But new filings got by the Daily Mail recommend Wilde isn't getting it. "Jason's

activities were obviously planned to undermine me and surprise me. He might have served me watchfully, however rather he

decided to serve me in the most potential forceful way,"