Rebel Wilson Won Legal Lottery

November 26, 2017 | celebrity | Elliot Wolf | 0 Comments

According to Bauer Media the only thing authentic about Rebel Wilson was her obesity.  She lied about everything else like age and real name. And the kicker was some body positivity judge actually sided with Wilson and awarded her $4.5 million dollars. That roughly equals out to six Krispy Kreme visits for the young lady. Allegedly the articles that were published about her by the company damaged her reputation and marketability. Because being a very round overweight over the hill in age woman is what sells seats to films these days. Never mind that she’s constantly the comic relief role in every film because fat equals funny. No. Rebel didn’t get lead role in Black Swan because a couple of articles said her real name isn’t Rebel Wilson. Right. 

In June, Rebel won her legal case against Bauer Media for eight articles published in their magazines, including Woman’s Day and OK! Magazine, which claimed she had lied about her real name, age and childhood.

The judge found the articles had damaged her reputation and marketability, awarding the actress a $4.5 million payout in October.

Bauer Media are appealing against the verdict and payout. 

I can’t take this woman seriously. Fat women are victims of short breath and clogged arteries, not fraud. Crikey I’m upset the best the land of ‘roos has to offer after the untimely passing of Steve Irwin is the Michelin woman with a Walmart cruise collection wardrobe. The human marshmallow and all six of her chins receive not an ounce of sympathy from me. The same way you never fit into any size at American Apparel is the same way you’ll never fit into this role of victim you’re trying to squeeze into. 

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