Is deportation on the horizon for The Dictator?
Could the bold comedian behind Borat and Bruno get the boot?
Will Ali G be, uhhh… you get the picture!!
Sacha Baron Cohen recently admitted in a candid — by his standards, anyway — interview that he could be kicked out of the United States for crimes committed in the name of art!
The British born actor/comedian fears returning to Kansas or Arizona, where local police could dredge up outstanding warrants earned from the HIGHlarious hijinks of his earlier films.
If Sacha is arrested, he could easily lose his work Visa.
He describes one run-in with the authorities while filming a bondage scene for Bruno in which he barely got away:
“The manager called the police and we knew we had about five minutes before the police turned up and I would be arrested."
And he fared no better while filming Borat. Sacha continued:
“They had so many complaints that there was a Middle Eastern man driving through America in an ice-cream van that the FBI assigned a team to us.”
Not only would deportation be a drag on his marriage to Isla Fisher, but we suspect it might further delay production of Les Miserables… AND THAT WOULD MAKE US ANGRY!!
Here's hoping those crack detectives from Kansas never catch up to him!!
[Image via WENN.]
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