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'She crushed it': Rebel Wilson wins Australia's largest defamation payout

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 10:41

Bauer Media is ordered to pay Rebel Wilson more than $ 4.5 million for defaming her in a series of magazine stories, with a judge saying the publisher knew the articles were defamatory but "did not care".

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