SYDNEY – Australian Hollywood star Rebel Wilson has apologized for claiming she is the first plus size woman to be a romantic comedian leading actress, saying her comments are "not only wrong, but also incredibly vulnerable."
The star "Pitch Perfect", who recently made international titles on Australia's successful honorary invasion of several magazines, said in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres that she is proud to be the first big-girl romantic comedy star. "
Wilson contributed to his upcoming role in the film, "Is It Not Romantic".
Her responses to social media were addressed to her, and users indicated that other big-screen actresses, including Queen Latifah, Ricki Lake and Mo & # 39; Nique, featured in such films.
Wilson also criticized the blocking of some Twitter users who complained.
On Monday in a series of tweets, Wilson wrote that she was "very sorry".
"I did not notice to show proper respect for those who climbed this mountain before me," she said.
"With some very compassionate and well thought out responses from the social media, I now understand what I said was not only wrong but also incredibly harmful.
"For me to be part of the problem, I hope I helped, it's much more embarrassing and difficult to recognize. I blocked people from tweet because I had difficulty with criticism, but these are the people I really should hear from more, not less."
Wilson was reimbursed last year for $ 4.5 million ($ 3.3 million) for losses to Bauer Media for articles, claiming she was lying for her age and experience to pursue her career, the most honored in the history of Australian law.
But Bauer disputed, arguing that the amount of the bill was a dangerous precedent and that the judgment had committed errors of law.
Wilson was ordered this year to return most of the costs after the court had reduced it. She has filed a decision to appeal the decision.