Woman's Day toasts decision to slash Rebel Wilson's payout by $3.9m While most media outlets were breathing a sigh of relief, a celebratory toast was being raised over at the Woman's Day offices on Park Street. Brisbane Times 1 week ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
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Wilson vows to appeal overturned payout Hollywood actor Rebel Wilson says there are grounds to go back to court after the Court of Appeal drastically reduced her $4.5 million defamation payout. SBS 1 week ago
'Come on Australia': Rebel Wilson slams Court of Appeal decision The actress has hit back at the court ruling which saw her defamation payout from magazine publisher Bauer Media reduced to $600,000. Brisbane Times 1 week ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age No proof that Rebel Wilson was going to earn $5 million a movie The damages were based on false assumptions about Wilson's earnings and employability, a court has found. Brisbane Times 1 week ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Rebel Wilson's damages slashed on appeal Bauer Media's defamation damages payout to Rebel Wilson has been slashed from $4.5 million to $600,000, following an appeal. SBS 1 week ago
Court slashes Rebel Wilson payout by $3.9 million Wilson was originally awarded $4.5 million. Brisbane Times 1 week ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
'I have already won': Rebel Wilson confident ahead of Bauer appeal decision The actress opened up online on Wednesday night. Brisbane Times 1 week ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age Rebel Wilson responds to 'photoshopping' accusations Rebel Wilson is Vogue Australia's cover girl - and she's not letting anyone kill her spirits. Brisbane Times on May 23, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald