'I wouldn't wish that on anybody': Rebel Wilson speaks out about 'horrific' Bauer media defamation case but insists her fortunes have already 'turned drastically around'
In the two months following Rebel Wilson's defamation court case victory over Bauer media, her fortunes have already 'turned drastically around.'
But the 37-year-old has insisted the taxing one month experience was one of the worst of her life.
Speaking to Sunrise on Wednesday, the Pitch Perfect star said: '[It] was just horrific, I wouldn't wish it on anybody.'
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'Horrific': Rebel Wilson's fortunes have turned 'drastically' following her court case win against Bauer, but speaking to Sunrise on Wednesday, the actress insisted 'it was just horrific'
Despite having a powerful legal team and the support of her adoring fans, Rebel revealed she still often felt as if it was her versus the world.
'It was really scary,' the actress claimed. 'For me it often felt like it was just me going against an entire company of German billionaires.'
'But all the public support was really amazing.'
Bauer have appealed the case, with their argument to be heard back in Melbourne shortly - luckily, it's not expected to drag on.
'Scary':?'It was really scary,' the actress claimed, 'for me it often felt like it was just me going against an entire company of German billionaires'
'It's really different,' Rebel explained. 'It's just a one day thing where they give a legal rationale.'
'Obviously, the case is concluded and we won comprehensively.'
Rebel insists she's already reaping the benefits from the victory over Bauer, who were found to have damaged her career by falsely claiming she lied about her age.
On the up and up!?Rebel insists she's already reaping the benefits from the victory over Bauer, who were found to have damaged her career by falsely claiming she lied about her age
'To suddenly have my fortunes turn drastically around - I've just done two other feature films following the court case.'
Sitting alongside her, fellow Australian and Pitch Perfect 3 star Ruby Rose couldn't hold back her praise, exclaiming: 'not all superheroes wear capes.'
She then complimented her co-star on the glamorous outfits she was often seen in when leaving the courthouse back in September.
'I've just done two other films':?'To suddenly have my fortunes turn drastically around - I've just done two other feature films following the court case,' she revealed
Rebel quipped back: '[It's called] Court couture, that will be my new fashion line coming out,' the studio suddenly bursting into laughter.
'If you're working a court case, I got you covered!'?
In September, Rebel? proved to an all-female jury in June that the Woman's Day, Australian Women's Weekly, OK! and NW magazine publisher defamed her in eight articles published in May 2015.
A Victorian Supreme Court judge awarded her more than $4.5million, which she previously said she will give to charity.?
No objections here!?After Pitch Perfect 3 co-star Ruby Rose complimented her on her glamorous outfits during the case, Rebel joked she had a new fashion line on the way
'Court couture':?Rebel quipped back: '[It's called] Court couture, that will be my new fashion line coming out.' ''If you're working a court case, I got you covered!'
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