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SYDNEY, New South Wales, Australia – A columnist for the Sydney Morning Herald, one of Australia’s largest daily newspapers, revealed in an opinion piece published on Saturday June 11 (Friday in the US) that the newspaper had sent actress Rebel Wilson a request for comment about her latest romantic partner, LA casual wear designer Ramona Agruma.
The room, written by Andrew Hornery of the Sydney Morning Heraldsay that;
“[…] that outlet emailed Rebel Wilson’s reps Thursday morning, giving her two days to comment on her new relationship with another woman, … before releasing a single word.
According to Hornery, “Until now, Wilson had publicly identified as a heterosexual woman.”
Wilson, had announced their relationship on an Instagram post last week with a photo of her alongside writing for Agruma;
“I thought I was looking for a Disney Prince… but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess 💗🌈💗#Love is love“
Hornery took aim at what he called hypocrisy in Wilson’s Insta post:
“Wilson chose to contemplate history, posting her new “Disney Princess” to Instagram early Friday morning, the same platform she previously used to brag about her handsome ex-boyfriend, the wealthy beer baron American Jacob Busch.
She even had her ‘best friend’, actor Hugh Sheridan, do radio interviews on breakfast FM on Friday morning, in which he gloated about introducing the women six months ago. Apparently they hit it off pretty much immediately, but kept the relationship a secret.”
Hornery also pointed out that the actress previously sued another post;
Given the bitterness with which Wilson had complained about poor standards of journalism when she successfully sued Woman’s Day for defamation, her choice to ignore our quiet, genuine, and honest questions was, in our view, disappointing.
Of course, who someone dates is their business, but Wilson thankfully harbored such lustful interest when she had a handsome boyfriend on her arm.
Wilson had sued in the Supreme Court of VictoriaMelbourne, Australia, and on June 15, 2017, he was awarded A$4.56m ($3.6m, £2.7m) after winning a libel suit against Woman’s Day magazine.
The jury decided that Wilson was defamed in eight articles in 2015 calling her a serial liar.
“The damages suffered by Miss Wilson warrant substantial compensation to justify her and nail the lie”, Judge John Dixon said and added:
“Substantial vindication can only be obtained by an award of damages which points out that Ms. Wilson’s reputation as an actress of integrity has been wrongfully damaged in a way that has affected her marketability in a huge global market. .”
Then the actress tweeted that she would donate any payment to charity.
And regarding my libel win, any dollars I receive will go to charity, scholarships or be invested in the Australian film industry to create jobs.
— Rebel Wilson (@RebelWilson) June 21, 2017
It is Wilson’s first same-sex relationship, at age 42 and at a time when same-sex marriage is legal in many parts of the world and – thanks to decades of fighting for equality – sexual orientation does not matter. is no longer something to be hidden, even in Hollywood.
Until now, Wilson had publicly identified as a heterosexual woman. It’s unlikely she experienced the kind of discrimination, let alone the homophobia – unconscious or overt – that sadly still affects so many gay, lesbian and non-heterosexual people.
The Blade reached out to Wilson’s management team for comment.