At appeal, Australian actress Rebel Wilson is ordered to pay back A$4.7m that she won in damages and interest from Bauer Media Group in what was Australia's largest ever libel payout. Wilson is also ordered to pay 80% of the group's appeal costs. The case stemmed from allegations that libelous articles portraying her as a serial liar had resulted in her losing acting jobs. The Victorian Court of Appeal finds that Wilson has not proved a connection between the libel and any failure to land roles. The case prompted national discussion over potential chilling effects on legitimate journalism.