She then created and starred in Super Fun Night, a television comedy that aired for one season on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC).
There has been some debate about Wilson's claims about her background.
“It’s been hard for him,” a source told the publication about the couple.
The The relationship is relatively new as only this month, Rebel talked about how her job stopped any kind of romance.
"You have to sacrifice relationships because you work, and now I travel all around the world," she admitted.
In May 2015, Australian magazine Woman's Day published a story claiming that Wilson had been misleading about her birth name, age and upbringing.
Wilson had previously said in interviews that she was 29 years old, "raised by dog-training 'bogan' parents in the 'ghetto' of Sydney, spent a year in Zimbabwe, climbed into a cage with a leopard, got caught in a shoot-out and then struck down by a severe strain of Malaria from a 'mozzie' in Mozambique where, from her ICU bed, she envisioned herself winning an Oscar and rapping her acceptance speech." Woman's Day called all of this into question and reported that Wilson had, on the contrary, a "very normal, upper-middle-class upbringing" and "added a touch of 'fantasy' to the life she led before becoming a household name." On , Wilson said print and online articles in Woman's Day, the Australian Women's Weekly, NW and OK! According to a defamation writ filed in the Supreme Court of Victoria (Australia), Wilson said her reputation and credit has suffered and she has been humiliated and embarrassed.
She said that once her film commitments were over, she would start her diet again to reach her target weight of 80 kilograms (180 lb).
In July 2015, Wilson stated her support for stricter American gun laws following the 2015 Lafayette shooting, stating, "I don't like getting political but America you really have to follow Australia's example re gun laws.
She is also suing for special damages, claiming she missed out on roles and other ones were terminated because of the articles.
In Australia, Wilson is most known for her roles as Toula on the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) comedy series Pizza and as various characters including Lucy, Fat Mandi and Karla Bangs on the sketch comedy series The Wedge.
When former Bachelorette star Sam asked Rebel, 35, about her New Year's resolution of wanting to be more sociable, she said: 'I guess to make it in movies a lot of people don’t release how hard it is and you know often you’re working 16 hours a day 6 or 7 days a week sometimes.'So I try to like make an effort on the weekends to go out and meet new people which is really hard especially in LA because you have to navigate through the crazies but I do try to push myself to go out to certain parties and stuff,' she added.
Rebel has been binge watching the shows her sister has recorded for her while she's been away and she told the radio duo she's become obsessed with The Block and Struggle Street, where her career started.
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