Sacha Baron Cohen is suing the company for placing his image on a billboard to promote a produce he doesn't use and deems "controversial."
Baron Cohen was sued for a 2018 broadcast where he, disguised as fictional Israeli anti-terrorism expert Erran Morad, demonstrated a supposed "pedophile detector" that beeped when waved near Moore.
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Some transportation officials fear that the billboard may have provoked the torching of an RATP bus in the northwestern suburb of Sartrouville on Oct. 31, Le Figaro reported.
Within the film, Cohen used the unsuspecting Jones' babysitting services to watch over Borat's 15-year-old daughter Tutar, played by Maria Bakalova.
Borat is back and not a moment too soon.