Sacha Baron Cohen uses fake Wyoming TV company in latest comedy stunt [Video]

    Comedian and actor Sacha Baron Cohen is not a stranger to being at the center of controversy. And his latest has a little Wyoming twist.

    Cohen and his team created a fake television network, called Yerushalayim TV, which was registered with a Wyoming address.

    The actor used the network to invite former U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore from Alabama to be a guest on a fake show called ‘Who is America?’ Moore was accused and denied misconduct allegations during the 2017 Senate race, specifically for alleged relationships with underage girls.


    Moore has filed a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit over his appearance on ‘Who is America?’ according to an Associated Press release. In court filings last month, Moore argued that the agreement he signed to appear was invalid because of fraud.

    Moore told the AP that he believed he was appearing on the show to receive an award for his support of Isreal. Instead, Moore was quizzed about the misconduct allegations.

    Moore lost the 2017 special Alabama election to Democrat Doug Jones by a less than 2% margin.





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