Why can’t Rebel Wilson write about Sacha Baron Cohen in her memoir?

Actress Rebel Wilson has publicly accused her former co-star, Sacha Baron Cohen, of attempting to interfere with the publication of her upcoming memoir, “Rebel Rising.”

Wilson, known for her comedic roles and vibrant personality, took to social media to express her frustrations, claiming that Cohen has employed legal and public relations tactics to prevent her from sharing details about him in her book.

The memoir, which promises to give readers an inside look at Wilson’s experiences in Hollywood, includes a chapter that the actress suggests contains less-than-flattering information about Cohen.

The two previously worked together on the 2016 film “The Brothers Grimsby,” and it seems that their off-screen relationship has been fraught with tension.

Wilson’s allegations have sparked a wave of interest, as fans and the media alike await further details on the content of the disputed chapter. The actress has stood firm in her resolve, stating, “I will not be bullied or silenced by high-priced lawyers or PR crisis managers” and assuring her followers that the book will be released as planned.

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