'Borat' Creators Sued by Holocaust Survivor's Estate for Callously Tricking Her

'Borat' Creators Sued by Holocaust Survivor's Estate for Callously Tricking Her

Makers Of Borat Being Sued By The Estate Of Late Holocaust Survivor

The estate also claims the producers offered to pay Evans and her friend for their participation, but she turned them down flat.

Evans, who died this summer, thought the film was of a serious nature.

The estate of Judith Dim Evans - who, according to the legal docs, is a "well-known speaker and expert regarding the Holocaust" - is going after the makers of the upcoming "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" for allegedly tricking her into doing an interview around the end of 2019 and beginning of 2020.

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The attorney representing Evans' estate declined to tell the Journal-Constitution if Evans had signed a waiver before participating in the interview.

The lawsuit was brought against Amazon Prime and Oak Springs Productions by Evans' daughter Michelle Dim St Pierre, who is now requesting that her mother's scenes are removed from the film.

While Cohen himself is Jewish, his Borat character has a long history of satirical anti-Semitism.

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The new Borat film is the sequel to the 2006 mockumentary, which saw Sacha Baron Cohen star as the titular Borat Sagdiyev, a fictitious Kazakh journalist who travels through America to find out about what life is like in the States.

While we don't know much by way of narrative, we do know that our hapless hero is due to return to the U.S. to see how things have been going since he last visited, with the Covid-19 pandemic and the 2020 elections set o be explored.

It's understood that US President Donald Trump and deceased paedophile Jeffrey Epstein will be targeted in the film.

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Both Sacha Baron Cohen and Amazon have made no public statements about the lawsuit as of yet, and the release of the movie is still scheduled for October 23rd.

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