By Jessamy Tredinnick For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 05:42 GMT, 1 February 2020 | Updated: 05:46 GMT, 1 February 2020
Australian actress Rebel Wilson has spoken out about her experiences with sexual harassment when working in Hollywood.
Speaking at the the Australian Open's Inspirational Women lunch on Thursday, the 39-year-old explained she felt 'weird' about publicly outing people because it would 'destroy' their lives.
Rebel also revealed she once had a stalker from rural Victoria who planned to 'lock' her on his farm, in hopes she could develop Stockholm Syndrome.
'Is it worth destroying people's lives over?' Rebel Wilson revealed this week that she was sexually harassed in Hollywood... and says she once had a STALKER who planned to lock her on his rural Victorian farm until she 'loved him'
'I have obviously encountered instances of sexual harassment and I never actually publicly named the men involved,' Rebel said in her speech, according to the Herald Sun.
She went on to explain: 'You have this weird feeling, "well technically, it wasn't that bad. Is it worth destroying people's lives over?"'
This was not the first time Rebel has spoken up about sexual harassment in the industry, previously tweeting about a man in a 'position of power' who requested sexual acts from her in 2017.
Speaking out: 'I have obviously encountered instances of sexual harassment and I never actually publicly named the men involved,' Rebel said in her speech, according to the Herald Sun
'A male star, in a position of power, asked me to go into a room with him and then asked me