Rebel Wilson is not having an identity crisis. A new report claims that the “Pitch Perfect 2” star has been lying about her past, and it didn't take long for the actress to dismiss the rumors.

Woman’s Day claims that Wilson’s off-kilter stories about her upbringing are false. Wilson has previously told many interviewers that she grew up in a rough part of Australia. “I’m from the more ghetto side of Sydney,” Rebel told Ellen DeGeneres in November 2013.

However, Women’s Day claims that Rebel’s life was actually upper class and quite normal. “She’s clearly got a vivid imagination,” an unnamed source said. “Maybe you have to tell stories to make it in Hollywood!”

The magazine also claims that her real name is Melanie Elizabeth Bownds, but Teen previously reported those were her middle names. Rebel also told the Herald Sun that she went by her middle names as a kid. “At school, we went under our middle names usually,” she explained in 2011. “I have two -- Melanie Elizabeth - so I was never under Rebel.”

The report went on to say that no one could recall the “Bridesmaids” actress being funny in school, and that she is lying about her age. Supposedly, she is 36 instead of 29.

Wilson took to Twitter to joke about the rumors on Monday. She also accused the magazine of “tall poppy syndrome.” That’s an Australian term for trying to knock somebody down after they achieve success.

It’s hard to cut down Wilson when she’s at the top of the box office. Her film “Pitch Perfect 2” debuted in the number one spot at the box office this past weekend with over $70 million, knocking out “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” which held the top position for two weeks. The Aussie star is already signed on for a third film, the LA Times reports, if the studio decides to give the movie the green light.