Rebel Wilson has had her record 4.6 million Australian dollar ($3.5 million) damages award in a defamation case slashed to AU$600,000 ($454,000) after a magazine publisher appealed the amount of the payout.
The Court of Appeal handed down its judgement in Melbourne this morning.
When Wilson won the case a year ago, it was an Australian record for a case, much higher than the A$389,000 maximum previously set, by using her "global reach" as justification.
During the trial, Wilson said her agents had advised her to stop mentioning her age - which was reported to be 29 in 2015 - because "Hollywood is very ageist, especially towards women".
The actress was present for two days of arguments in court in Melbourne in mid-April, and told The Project at the time that the entire ordeal had been "awful".
In its appeal against the decision, Bauer Media argued that the $4.5 million payout was excessive and should be set aside due to errors in fact and law.
The original damages sum awarded to Ms Wilson last September was the largest defamation payment ever ordered by an Australian court, and several media organisations questioned whether the decision set a new precedent for defamation payments.
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Bauer Media did not challenge the jury's defamation finding in its appeal and sought only for the damages to be reduced.
Wilson was originally awarded $3.9m (£2.3m) for loss of earnings and $650,000 (£382,000) in damages.
It was the biggest defamation payout in Australian legal history.
"I'm away on location in Europe filming right now", she tweeted.
Apparently some weight loss companies are using her image to sell their shit, and Wilson's not into it.
'Today Justice Dixon accepted that Bauer Media subjected me to a sustained and malicious attack timed to coincide with the launch of Pitch 2.
'While this case was never about the money for me, I do hope to receive as much as possible to give away to charities and to support the Australian film industry'.