Olivia Wilde has gotten into lots of discussions because of the allegation made by her nanny. Fans were stunned, hearing the accusations against her. But now finally the LA dog rescue provides an explanation for what happened to Olivia Wilde’s Golden Retriever.

People reports that Olivia Wilde’s Golden Retriever, Gordon, was adopted from a Los Angeles-based dog rescue group, and they’re trying to “set the record straight” about what actually happened to him. Maeday Rescue took to Instagram on Friday to defend the “Don’t Worry Darling” director’s choice to “re-home Gordy” in the wake of shocking allegations made by the actress’ former nanny.

They referred to 38-year-old Wilde as a “huge animal rescue advocate” and “responsible pet owner,” saying that he behaved “out of compassion and love for him.” Maeday claimed that in 2018, the group “rescued” Gordon from an unidentified “shelter” together with “his 4 littermates.”

After that, Natalie, the founder of the rescue, “fostered them and bottle fed them” until the group was able to locate “their perfect forever homes” for them. At the age of two months, Wilde “adopted” one of the four canines and provided him with “much love,” “training,” and “travel adventures.”


Wilde “realized that Gordy didn’t love the travel life and wasn’t happy around toddlers,” the rescue center claimed, though. Otis and Daisy are the children of Wilde and her ex-fiance, Jason Sudeikis. Gordon, according to Maeday, “had formed a very strong bond” with his Brooklyn-based dog walker.

“Olivia called Maeday to discuss” the situation, and “after much thought and consideration,” everyone concerned decided that it would be in “Gordy’s best interest” to give the dog to the New York dog walker.

“Every once in a while the animal is just happier in a different environment and that’s okay,” The rescue organization claimed that they “pride” themselves on “finding the perfect forever home” for their animals. Maeday noted that Gordy’s Instagram feed is jam-packed with evidence that “he is living his best life.”

The group stated, without going into additional detail, “We felt like we should share this because we hate that the media is painting a Maeday adopter in a bad light.” Last week, Wilde and Sudeikis’ former nanny revealed a variety of shocking claims about the ex-couple, including that the director irresponsibly fired Gordon so she could go on more trips with her then-current boyfriend, Harry Styles.

“After [Wilde] left [at the start of November 2020], she came for a visit and said, ‘We have to find Gordon a new home,’ nonchalantly,” the ex-employee alleged to the Daily Mail. “Jason doesn’t really care for animals and wanted him out of their home ASAP.”

The nanny, who requested anonymity, claimed that Sudeikis once informed her that Wilde “rarely cared” for the cat and that she only kept him for “appearances anyway.”

“I told Jason I knew somebody who loves Gordon and was willing to take him in. So Jason said, ‘Let’s get him out of here right away.’”

Wilde and Sudeikis released a comprehensive rebuttal of their ex-charge staffer’s in a joint statement on Page Six.

“As parents, it is incredibly upsetting to learn that a former nanny of our two young children would choose to make such false and scurrilous accusations about us publicly.”

“Her now 18-month-long campaign of harassing us, as well as loved ones, close friends and colleagues, has reached its unfortunate apex. We will continue to focus on raising and protecting our children with the sincere hope that she will now choose to leave our family alone.”

The star’s representatives have stepped forward to address the contentious topic. They were completely unprepared for what the nanny will do in this way. However, what do you think about it? Let us know in the comments. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more information.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a law student at Calcutta University. She writes for Thirsty for News, covering world news and entertainment. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and exploring new places.

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