sudo command do not follow /etc/sudoers in BTT

I would like to use sshuttle to create a small VPN that I want to start/stop with a button in BTT.
To start the VPN, I can run the following command in the VPN:
sudo -n sshuttle --dns --daemon --pidfile=/tmp/ -e "ssh -i /Users/login/.ssh/id_rsa.sshutle" -r 0/0

I have set that command in the authorized command without password for sudo and it works nicely. (So far so good)

However if I try to run that command in the "execute shell script" it returns

sudo: a password is required

so it seems that the file /etc/sudoers is not handle correctly from BTT. Is this expected?

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