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Rebel Wilson awarded $3.7M in defamation case

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Actress Rebel Wilson was awarded $3.7 million in a magazine defamation case.

Wilson argued Bauer Media, publisher of the Australian magazines Woman's Day, Australian Women's Weekly, NW and OK, defamed her by claiming she lied about her age, her first name and her upbringing in Sydney.

The court-ordered payout is said to be Australia's largest ever for a defamation case. Wilson has said she will donate the money.

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