Sacha Baron Cohen: ‘Humiliated’ Rebel Wilson explains the ‘WORST experience of her career’


Amid the Sacha Baron Cohen’s controversy, Rebel Wilson has again said that working with the comedian gave her the ‘worst professional experience’ ever in her career, which made her feel ‘humiliated’.

What Happened Between Sacha Baron Cohen and Rebel Wilson?

It all started when the actress, 44, first opened up about her difficult experience with the British actor, 52, in her new memoir Rebel Rising, which has been released in UK with the allegations about Sascha – which he strongly denies – redacted.

Again on Monday evening, while she was speaking about working with Sacha on the 2016 film Grimsby during An Evening With Rebel Wilson at the London Palladium on Monday evening, Rebel claimed if she was the person she is today she would have left the project.

Fearne Cotton, who hosted the evening with Rebel, touched on the claims she has made about Sacha and asked her: ‘Have you healed from it and mentally recovered?’

Rebel Wilson Still Feels Humiliated

Rebel explained: ‘I mean it was over 10 years ago so I have moved on from it. But it was a bad experience and I felt humiliated and I had a bit of shame surrounding it because I should have left.’

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The Australian star said that if she was as strong as she is today, she would have left the project, but went on to explain why she didn’t.

Rebel said: ‘I would have left I was the person I am today. But he was a bigger star and we had the same agent so there was a conflict of interest.

‘I felt like I had to finish the job and that was what was professional but if I was the person I am today I would have left.’

Revealing why she shared her experience in her memoir, she said: ‘I wanted to write the story for if anyone is going through something like that to give them perspective on it if they are feeling shame. It released some of that shame by writing about it.’

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