Rebel Wilson’s book release ‘DELAYED’ indefinitely after she accused Sacha Baron Cohen of sexual harassment

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Well, to many people who have been anticipating Rebel Wilson‘s tell-all memoir Rebel Rising will be on wait for some time, since its release has been delayed indefinitely.

Not Out of Stock, but Will be Back in Stock

The memoir was due to get to public shelves and hands on Wednesday, but it is what it is now. Even buyers attempting to get the book electronically on Amazon were notified that the title was ‘currently unavailable’ and that ‘we don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock’.

Why ‘Rebel Rising’ is Delayed?

On Facebook, a Rebel fan reported that their local bookseller said the book was being recalled to be reprinted to ‘have some parts redacted’.

In Rebel Rising, the actress claimed her alleged experience with Sacha Baron Cohen led to an eating disorder in her bombshell new memoir.

Her Accusations Against Sacha

She alleged that on the set of 2016 comedy The Brothers Grimsby, Sacha would ask her to strip off for scenes despite her ‘no nudity’ rule, in a string of claims which Sacha has strenuously denied and says are contradicted by evidence.

Also in a memoir passage obtained by People Magazine, she shockingly alleged that Sacha requested she ‘stick her finger up his a**’ because he thought it would make a funny scene in the film and claimed ‘it felt like [he] had sexually harassed me’.

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The Trauma Rebel Suffered

Rebel also claimed the alleged inappropriate experience with the Borat actor led to an eating disorder as she detailed the ‘disrespect’ she felt.

The Pitch Perfect star recalled how she felt ‘completed disrespected, which led to me treating myself with even more disrespect by eating in an extremely unhealthy way’.

As it is

Multiple fans online have reported that sites such as Booktopia have canceled orders of the book, and local stores such as Big W and Dymocks have also refunded existing pre-orders.

The book’s publisher, Harper Collins Australia, told Yahoo Lifestyle that, ‘Publication of Rebel Rising has been delayed but we have no further comment.’

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