Rebel Wilson opens up about being kidnapped at gunpoint in petrifying ordeal

Rebel Wilson has spoken out about being kidnapped at gunpoint while in rural Africa.

The actress said she was with other women on a cattle truck when men with 'big guns' told them to get off and took them to a house.

The 40-year-old insisted on linking arms with everyone in case any of the girls weer snatched in the middle of the night.

The Australian native said: “There was one time in Africa where I got kidnapped. It was in rural Mozambique.

“We were on this cattle truck and these men came on another truck with a lot of guns. [They pulled up beside us] with the big guns and they were like, 'Yeah, you've got to get off your truck'.

“They took us to a house in the middle of nowhere. I felt like I was very good in the crisis. I was like a team leader.

“They sat us down, and I said, 'Everybody link arms,' because I was petrified in the night that they might want to take one of the girls or something.”

The star opened up about the terrifying ordeal for the first time in discussion with hardman Ant Middleton, which will air on Sky One tonight.

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Thankfully, no one was injured and they were released the following morning.

But the actress is convinced illegal substances had been put in their vehicle to be smuggled across the border.

She explained: “Luckily we weren't harmed and then the next day they came and said, ‘Your truck is ready now. You can go go go.'

"We didn't ask any questions.

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“We just got back on that truck and got out of there and crossed the South African border a few hours later.

“I think maybe those guys, maybe, used us to smuggle illegal things in the bottom of the truck."

A stunned Ant responded: “I was expecting you to say, ‘Yeah I came face to face with a snake or a spider,’ and then you tell me you got kidnapped at gunpoint."

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