The actress posted a photo with her current partner last week, however, she reportedly did so after a media outlet gave her two days to discuss their relationship.
Over the weekend, an Australian newspaper ran a story about Rebel Wilson’s new relationship with a woman. However, the note was filled with controversy after He was accused of pressuring the actress to go public with their relationship.
That’s why the outlet, called The Sydney Morning Herald, apologized to the protagonist of SeniorYear this Monday, although he denied having pressured the interpreter to talk about his romantic situation.
The journalist in charge of the note, Andrew Hornery admitted on Monday in an opinion column that “poorly managed development” of news released on Saturday about Wilson and his relationship with designer Ramona Agruma and how it was made public.
Hornery pointed out that after learning of the couple’s existence, he sent questions to the actress for her to answer in two days, a fact that many saw as a form of pressure, although the reporter insisted on the fact that he never wanted to pressure her to “come out of the closet. “”.
Also, this news was removed from the media website and replaced with an apology to the performer for the mishandling of history.
The story behind the news
Last Thursday, Wilson posted the first photo with his girlfriend on Instagram. “I thought I was looking for a Disney prince, but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney princess.”written next to the picture.
So, Hornery revealed on Saturday that, shortly before publication, he sent some questions about his new relationship to the actress, through his reps, noting that he had two days to respond before the column was published.
The article sparked outrage among LGTBI+ groups, as well as various netizens accusing the newspaper and columnist pressure the actressknown for movies like perfect That is how to be single, declare his homosexuality.
“Thank you for the support, it was a very difficult situation, but I try to handle it gracefully.”Wilson commented on Saturday in response to one of the thousands of messages of support he has received.
The Sydney Morning Herald “regretted” the situation and apologized to the actress, who in 2017 was successful in obtaining clearance from an Australian court after filing a defamation claim against another outlet.
“I’m so sorry that Rebel found this difficult. It was never my intention. But I see you handled everything with extraordinary grace. As a gay man, I know how deeply discrimination hurts. The last thing I want to do is inflict this pain on someone else.”
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