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Rebel Wilson wins record damages in Australian libel case

  • Thu, 14 Sep 2017 10:30
Actor Rebel Wilson speaks to journalists in Melbourne after winning her defamation case against publishers Bauer Media
Wed 13 Sep, AT 12:44

Actress triumphs, but will multimillion-dollar award change the gossip industry?



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