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Accused of forcing Rebel Wilson out, newspaper apologizes

Accused of forcing Rebel Wilson out, newspaper apologizes

Australian daily Sydney Morning Herald She decided to apologize after a storm of outrage on social media, accusing the newspaper of pressuring actress Rebel Wilson to reveal her relationship with a woman.

Social columnist Andrew Hornery has admitted that there was a flaw in his newspaper’s approach to trying to exclusively expose MI Wilson, who had known relationships with men until then, had an affair with designer Ramona Agroma.

SMH, which is often considered one of Australia’s leading newspapers, gave the actress two days on Thursday to speak about this hitherto little known relationship to the general public.

ButI Wilson, in the epic pitch perfectOn Friday, he took the lead and announced their relationship on Instagram, posting a selfie with M.I Agruma refers to her as the “Disney Princess”.

“Fatal mistake. Wilson chose to blow up the article, and posted about his new movie “Disney Princess” on Instagram early Friday morning,” Mr. Hornery exclaimed in his weekly column on Saturday revealing his intent to give the scoop.

The article sparked outrage on social media. Several LGBT activists and other netizens accused the newspaper of forcing MI Wilson to come out.

The Herald initially denied any pressure on MI Wilson, his editor Bevan Shields, asserted that the reporter “only asked questions,” the same questions he would have asked if Wilson’s new companion were a man.

MI On Sunday, Wilson responded to a journalist disgruntled on Twitter about SMH’s position.

“It was a very difficult situation, but I tried to handle it gracefully,” the actress wrote on Twitter.

Monday , Sydney Morning Herald She deleted the article from her website and posted Mr. Hornery’s apology to the actress. The journalist asserts that his questions were “never intended to threaten her” to reveal her sexuality.

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“We sincerely regret that Rebel found it difficult,” says the columnist. “It was never my intention.” He admits that the newspaper “mismanaged the steps of our operation”.