‘Don’t Fear Darling’ director Olivia Wilde’s former nanny Erika Genaro has occur forward, when all over again, to make some stunning allegations. In a new dialogue with a publication, she alleged that Florence Pugh was the initially to have a fling with Harry Types. And, that Wilde started out courting the singer-actor later.
In an explosive job interview with Everyday Mail, the nanny claimed that Wildetold her ex-boyfriend, Jason Sudeikis, that “Flo was f**king Harry and she experienced a boyfriend”. And, she also claimed that she herself spoke to Pugh and alerted her about Wilde’s problems just before the premiere of the movie.
“Olivia informed Jason a pair of months after Harry started out [on set] that Flo was f***ing Harry and she experienced a boyfriend but was f***ing Harry. Then Olivia commenced looking at Harry herself. It was all quite brief. A ton of persons you should not know that,” the nanny explained to The Everyday Mail.
Wilde and Sudeikis had formerly released a joint statement to slam the nanny adhering to her notify-all interview. “As moms and dads, it is amazingly upsetting to study that a previous nanny of our two younger children would pick out to make these types of false and scurrilous accusations about us publicly,” the former few instructed Web page 6.
They ongoing, “Her now 18-thirty day period-long campaign of harassing us, as properly as liked kinds, shut pals and colleagues, has reached its unlucky apex. We will proceed to emphasis on elevating and guarding our kids with the honest hope that she will now select to depart our loved ones by yourself.”
Webpage Six previously reported that it was for the duration of the shoot that Pugh fell out with Wilde and that she was unhappy that her director on ‘Don’t Fear Darling’, and her co-star were in a romance.
Amid all the rumours, Pugh attended a rather frosty premiere of ‘Don’t Fear Darlings’ at the Venice Movie Pageant very last month. While Wilde has ongoing to sing Pugh’s praises, Pugh has so much remained silent.
(With inputs from agencies)