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Rebel Wilson breaks silence on Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen divorce after ‘sexual harassment’ allegations

Rebel Wilson breaks silence on Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen divorce after ‘sexual harassment’ allegations

The Pitch Perfect star spoke out on social media

All eyes were on Rebel Wilson after Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher announced their shock split.

The A-list couple, who share three children together and have been married for over 13 years, announced they had jointly filed for divorce in a statement shared on Instagram last night (5 April).

It came as a bit of a shock to to social media users, particularly in the way the pair chose to announce their split.

Alongside a snap of the former couple posing in matching tennis outfits, the Australian actress wrote: "After a long tennis match lasting over twenty years, we are finally putting our racquets down. In 2023 we jointly filed to end our marriage.

"We have always prioritized our privacy, and have been quietly working through this change.

"We forever share in our devotion and love for our children. We sincerely appreciate your respecting our family’s wish for privacy."

Baron Cohen and Fisher first met back in 2001 at a party in Sydney, Australia, before they were each launched into the spotlight - him for 2006's Borat (of course) and her for Wedding Crashers in 2005.

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The bombshell break-up, which has sent shockwaves through Hollywood, comes not long after the release of Rebel Wilson's memoir, where she claimed the Ali G star had behaved extremely inappropriately towards her on set.

She alleged that he repeatedly asked her to participate in nude scenes, which made her feel 'sexually harassed' by the actor among other allegations, before claiming that he was trying to block her book from being published.

The Pitch Perfect actress branded Baron Cohen an 'a**hole' in her memoir titled Rebel Rising and said he was 'trying to stop press coming out' about her book.

Baron Cohen has denied Wilson's claims about what went down while they were filming 2016's The Brothers Grimsby.

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As the news of Fisher's Instagram story began to circulate, Wilson took to the social media platform herself to break her silence.

She told fans they could 'come see her live in LA' while she sits down for an 'in person' conversation where she will dish the dirt on the contents of Rebel Rising on Monday (8 April).

Wilson then followed it up with another post of her new book, alongside the caption: "UK and AUS momentarily delayed by an a**hole...but not for long."

Rebel broke her silence to promote her book.

A spokesperson for the Baron Cohen previously told The Hollywood Reporter: "While we appreciate the importance of speaking out, these demonstrably false claims are directly contradicted by extensive detailed evidence, including contemporaneous documents, film footage, and eyewitness accounts from those present before, during and after the production of The Brothers Grimsby."

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Topics: Celebrity, Instagram, Rebel Wilson, Sacha Baron Cohen, Social Media