Rebel Wilson will need to pay back A$4.1 million (£2.2 million) after her landmark defamation case was appealed.
Wilson wasn't at either hearing, but tweeted her followers to say that she had already won the case and that it was only the amount of damages that had been challenged.
In its appeal against the decision, Bauer Media argued that the $4.7 million payout was excessive and should be set aside due to errors in fact and law.
The same judge at the Victorian Court of Appeal in Melbourne has now said she will now have to repay AUS$4.2m (£2.4m) with interest.
Last year, Wilson took Bauer media to court for printing in their magazines eight articles in 2015 which claimed she had fabricated untruths about her real name, age and childhood.
The Victorian Court of Appeal ruled that Wilson had failed to prove that Bauer was responsible for her missing out on film roles.
The appeal court disagreed and ordered interest be paid at the higher rate.
Wilson was also ordered to pay 80 percent of Bauer's appeal costs.
'Somehow the Court of Appeal have been absolutely flippant with regards to my economic loss, not to mention my overall hurt and distress at having to stand up to these bullies, ' she wrote to her nearly 3million followers on Twitter on June 14.
The actress wrote on Twitter at the time: "That's now $4 million less going to less fortunate Australians and leaves a billionaire corporation, proven guilty of malicious defamation, being able to get away with their seriously harmful acts for a very low pay day".
'Clearly not fair. Come on Australia'.
The Sydney-born actress told the trial she was sacked from DreamWorks animated feature films "Trolls" and "Kung Fu Panda 3" following the stories.