Rebel Wilson's defamation case just took a new Hollywood twist after the star revealed she is related to Walt Disney.
According to the Herald Sun, Wilson told the court about how she had private access to Disneyland as a child, and is now part of a members-only secret club at the Californian theme park.
Wilson said the relationship was through her great-aunt Lillian Bounds, apparently the same Lillian Bounds who married Walt Disney.
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In the same day at trial, Wilson reportedly broke down three times over Bauer Media's - publisher of Woman's Day - alleged attempts to destroy her career.
She said it started with a 2015 article the Supreme Court heard was three years in the making titled "Just who is the REAL Rebel?".
It was the first of eight articles over the course of three days which Wilson claims was a campaign to paint her as a fake who lied her way into Hollywood.
"[I've worked] 17 years, every day, to get to this point," she said.
"I'm sorry, it's hard to talk, just when I think about every single day since I was an adult working for something, and then this group of people who I don't know who just want to rip me to shreds with information they know is false and they know they shouldn't print.
"I just feel so distraught. Why would these women co-ordinate an orchestrated attack on me? I feel very attacked and hurt by it. There are parts of my life you could call colourful and interesting but that's what happened to me and that's my life story and that's why I tell it."