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Record Australia payout to Rebel Wilson slashed on appeal
14 June 2018, 01:50 | Myron Mathis
Image Rebel Wilson was awarded millions over lost job opportunities after false stories were printed about her
The suit was over a number articles, published in 2015, which made Wilson out to be a serial liar.
A year ago, a jury found that Bauer Media, which publishes magazines like Australian Women's Weekly and Woman's Day, had defamed Wilson when it published a series of articles claiming she'd lied about her name, age, and other details about her life.
But the Court of Appeal ruled that Wilson had not proven the company was responsible for her losing the film roles.
She claimed that the articles had prevented her from furthering her Hollywood career, alleging she'd been sacked from two projects, "Trolls" and "Kung Fu Panda 3", due to eight different articles, and was awarded A$4.5 million (£2.7 million) in damages, the largest payout for defamation in Australian history.
According to Buzzfeed, the judge denied Wilson "special damages" stating she had not proven that the defamation cost her work.
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