Sacha Baron Cohen reacts to Roy Moore losing ‘Who Is America?’ lawsuit

Sacha Baron Cohen has reacted to Roy Moore’s loss of the lawsuit he filed with the actor after appearing on Who is America?.

Former Alabama Chief Justice Sued Baron Cohen for Post-Perform defamation, in which he was interviewed under the guise of being honored for his support of Israel, aired in 2018.

Who is America? saw Baron Cohen play an Israeli counterterrorism expert, in Moore’s interview, who claimed he had access to technology that could reveal whether Moore was a pedophile or not. are not.

While serving in the United States Senate, Moore was charged with sexual misconduct with underage girls. He has denied the allegations. He also attempted to sue Baron Cohen, Showtime and CBS for $95m (£69m), but the case was dropped by federal court earlier this week tuần.

Responding on Twitter, Baron Cohen wrote: “Sorry, Roy. Very happy. And here’s part of the legal filing: “Several articles have been published accusing Judge Moore of inappropriate sex with young women, including a minor.” “

He also attached a link to a clip of Moore’s interview, adding: “Looks like a good day to enjoy this again.”

While, Baron Cohen urges social media bosses to help end racist attacks on England footballers after the home team lost the Euro 2020 final last weekend (July 11). “Facebook and Twitter are spreading racist attacks against these black athletes,” he wrote on Twitter, directing the tweet to Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey.

“Online racism leads to hate crimes in the real world. It’s time to remove racism from your platform once and for all! “

Sacha Baron Cohen reacts to Roy Moore losing ‘Who Is America?’ lawsuit


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