The resurfaced story that changes the Rebel Wilson and Sacha Baron Cohen allegations.

“Sacha and I have the same agent in America and I’m like, ‘Sacha, I’m going to call our agent Sharon and tell her how much you are harassing me.’ Every day he’s like, ‘Just go naked, it will be funny,'” she told Kyle and Jackie O in 2014.

“Then in the last scene … he was like, ‘Rebel can you just stick your finger up my butt?’ And I went, ‘What do you mean Sacha? That’s not in the script.’ And he’s like, ‘Look, I’ll just pull down my pants, you just stick your finger up my butt, it’ll be a really funny bit.'”

Wilson said she politely turned down the request but felt the need to offer another gesture. “You don’t wanna be a diva so I … said, ‘I’ll slap you once on the butt and that’s it,'” Wilson told the hosts.

“Sacha is so outrageous.”

Listen to The Spill discuss the real story behind Rebel Wilosn’s allegations against Sacha Baron Cohen.

While Wilson’s interview doesn’t prove her allegations true or false, it does have people taking a closer look at the she and Baron Cohen starred together — and viewing her working relationship with the actor in a new light.

Wilson’s allegations about what went on on the set of The Brothers Grimsby are far from the only controversy the film courted. The movie follows a man named Nobby (played by Baron Cohen) living in the English fishing town of Grimsby with his girlfriend (Wilson) and their nine children. Nobby is reunited with his long-lost brother, Sebastian (Mark Strong), only to discover he’s now an MI6 agent on the run.