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Rebel Wilson has revealed she once made her teacher cry after locking her in a closet despite being Deputy Head Girl at school.

The 42-year-old actress made the confession during a visit on Tuesday Jimmy Kimmel Live before claiming no one “betrayed” her about the prank.

She told the shocked host: “In the boarding house I would run the escapes because there was a boys’ school next door.

Hilarious: Rebel Wilson has revealed she once made her teacher cry after locking her in a closet despite being Deputy Head Girl at school

Hilarious: Rebel Wilson has revealed she once made her teacher cry after locking her in a closet despite being Deputy Head Girl at school

“I would work out all the passwords for the alarms. And then I once locked a teacher in a closet for four hours. She was a mean teacher and it was really good revenge.’

When Jimmy asked how that happened, she said, “We said there’s something in the closet, miss, and then we shoved her in and locked her in.”

said Rebel, laughing. “I’m feeling a little bad now. She cried. And she could never tell which girl pushed her in.’

“I was elected Deputy Head Girl, which is like the second most popular girl,” she added.

Flashback: She told the shocked host: 'In the boarding house I would run the escapes because there was a boys' school next door' (pictured in the 90s)

Flashback: She told the shocked host: 'In the boarding house I would run the escapes because there was a boys' school next door' (pictured in the 90s)

Flashback: She told the shocked host: ‘In the boarding house I would run the escapes because there was a boys’ school next door’ (pictured in the 90s)

Since Rebel’s new film was called Senior Year, she brought her Senior Year Book to show Jimmy. Rebel pointed out that she was pictured in her school uniform on the book cover.

“I went to a Christian girls’ school,” Rebel said. “It was 25 years ago that I was in high school.”

Because it was a Christian school, she said she used a different name.

“I couldn’t go by ‘Rebel’ because it’s a Christian school and it just wouldn’t be appropriate, so my middle name is Melanie,” Rebel said.

Wow! The 42-year-old actress made the confession during a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday, before claiming no one “betrayed” her about the prank.

Jimmy pointed to her yearbook picture and the list of activities with her name on it.

“I was a high achiever,” Rebel said. “I did a lot of sports, debated and conducted mock trials.”

“Have you ever been home?” Jimmy asked.

“I did so much at school that I lived at school and became a boarder,” Rebel said.

Jimmy asked her if she was a good student.

Busy student: Jimmy pointed to her yearbook picture and the list of activities with her name on it

Busy student: Jimmy pointed to her yearbook picture and the list of activities with her name on it

Busy student: Jimmy pointed to her yearbook picture and the list of activities with her name on it

“I was a good student,” Rebel said. “I entered law school after graduating. At a top law school in Australia. And my mother cried when I said, “Now I’m going to be an actress.”

“So you never studied law for a minute?” Jimmy said.

“I actually graduated,” Rebel said.

Rebel said she’s also the captain of her high school’s basketball team.

“But we’ve lost every game I’ve captained,” Rebel said.

Stolz: “I would work out all the passwords for the alarms.  And then I once locked a teacher in a closet for four hours.  She was a mean teacher and it was really good revenge.

Stolz: “I would work out all the passwords for the alarms.  And then I once locked a teacher in a closet for four hours.  She was a mean teacher and it was really good revenge.

Stolz: “I would work out all the passwords for the alarms. And then I once locked a teacher in a closet for four hours. She was a mean teacher and it was really good revenge.

Jimmy asked her if she would disrupt class and Rebel said she was “a little cheeky”.

Rebel then spoke about her film Senior Year and shared details from her senior year on how she got so drunk on her prom date that he walked into the sea.

“I had to save his wallet so we could get home,” Rebel said.

The Pitch Perfect star also revealed that she was still working in an Australian cinema when her first film came out.

Rebel noted that she used to live near the talk show’s Hollywood studios when she moved there The angel to pursue acting after working in a cinema in Australia.

Mastermind: When Jimmy asked how that happened, she said, “We said there’s something in the closet, miss, and then we shoved her in and locked her in.”

“Oddly enough, the very first film I was in I was still working there,” revealed Rebel. “I loved the job. You got loads of free popcorn and soft drinks. So I loved it there.’

Rebel said film audiences were left confused when they saw her as they exited the theater.

“I held out the garbage bag to them as they walked out and they were like, ‘Aren’t you in the movie?'” recalled Rebel, who made her film debut in the 2003 Australian comedy Fat Pizza.

“And I said, ‘Yes. “Then I got too famous and had to quit and move to Hollywood,” she added.

Guilty: Rebel said laughing. “I’m feeling a little bad now. She cried. And she could never tell which girl pushed her inside

Prom date: Rebel then spoke about her film Senior Year and shared details from her senior year of being so drunk on her prom date that he ran into the sea

Prom date: Rebel then spoke about her film Senior Year and shared details from her senior year of being so drunk on her prom date that he ran into the sea

Prom date: Rebel then spoke about her film Senior Year and shared details from her senior year of being so drunk on her prom date that he ran into the sea

“I cleaned and made popcorn and stuff like that,” Rebel said of the movie theater job. “I would watch any American film and I would just love it. I would get in trouble for just sitting in the cinema instead of working. I got busted the whole time.’

Jimmy asked if coming to Hollywood was her dream growing up in Australia.

“I came here 12 years ago and actually lived a few blocks from here,” Rebel said. “I came with just a suitcase and a dream to make it in Hollywood.”

Rebel also told Jimmy that she just got back from Australia.

Family Time: They're in their 90s, so I made a big lunch for them.  And my grandfather bit into the sausage I cooked and half his false teeth broke open and started hanging out of his mouth.

Family Time: They're in their 90s, so I made a big lunch for them.  And my grandfather bit into the sausage I cooked and half his false teeth broke open and started hanging out of his mouth.

Family Time: They’re in their 90s, so I made a big lunch for them. And my grandfather bit into the sausage I cooked and half his false teeth broke open and started hanging out of his mouth.

“I’ve had some family time in Australia,” Rebel said. “I have some elderly grandparents in their 90’s so I made them a big lunch. And my grandfather bit into the sausage I was cooking and half his false teeth broke open and started hanging out of his mouth.’

Rebel said she then had to take out the false teeth.

“I had to put it in my grandmother’s purse so he wouldn’t forget it,” Rebel said. “So it’s always fun with the family.”

Handbell Performance: At the end of her performance, because Rebel said she made handbells in high school, Jimmy brought out a table of handbells for her to perform

Handbell Performance: At the end of her performance, because Rebel said she made handbells in high school, Jimmy brought out a table of handbells for her to perform

Handbell Performance: At the end of her performance, because Rebel said she made handbells in high school, Jimmy brought out a table of handbells for her to perform

Jimmy asked her how often she returned to Australia.

“Not often now that I live here,” Rebel said. “I’m full American now.”

At the end of her performance, because Rebel said she made handbells in high school, Jimmy brought out a table of handbells for her to perform.

She donned gloves and performed Happy Birthday to Melania Trump, who turned 52 on Tuesday, with Jimmy as her assistant.

Netflix Comedy: Rebel promoted her upcoming Netflix comedy, Senior Year, in which she plays high school cheerleader Stephanie Conway, who is in a coma for 20 years and then returns to high school

Netflix Comedy: Rebel promoted her upcoming Netflix comedy, Senior Year, in which she plays high school cheerleader Stephanie Conway, who is in a coma for 20 years and then returns to high school

Netflix Comedy: Rebel promoted her upcoming Netflix comedy, Senior Year, in which she plays high school cheerleader Stephanie Conway, who is in a coma for 20 years and then returns to high school

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