Rebel Wilson Was Banned From Disneyland After Taking a Photo in a Forbidden Place

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Internet sleuths surmise that the location in question is in the ultra-exclusive, members-only Club 33

Actress and producer Rebel Wilson is living up to her name — the ‘rebel’ claims she once received a 30-day ban from the “Happiest Place on Earth,” Disneyland.

“I took a photo in a secret bathroom inside Disneyland,” the self-proclaimed Disney fanatic and “Pitch Perfect” star revealed on the The Daily Show in a recent interview.

Although Wilson didn’t go into further details, internet sleuths surmise that the bathroom likely in question is located in the ultra-exclusive, members-only Club 33. Hidden in plain sight, the secret club is located in Disneyland’s New Orleans Square and features a fine dining restaurant and lounge that can only be accessed by current members and their guests. 

Shrouded in mystery, the luxury experience is rumored to currently boast a wait list of up to 10 years to join, with membership costing up to $50,000 for initiation. The little information Disney does publicly provide about the club is of its newer Walt Disney World location.

While Disney goes to great lengths to conceal the identity and privacy of its members, Wilson shared during The Daily Show appearance that she is in fact a member at the original Disneyland location (Which was perhaps another hint of the photo's location to fans).

Even though Wilson’s fandom of the House of the Mouse is much like the rest of us, she was not handled like a regular day guest after snapping the photograph, as she noted the park asked her when the "ban" would work best with her schedule.

This comes on the heels of her recent Disneyland engagement to Ramona Agruma, which Wilson referred to as “the happiest proposal place on Earth” on Instagram.



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