(Headline USA) As Rudy Giuliani leads the way in exposing the REAL misdeeds of the Biden family—including possible evidence of pedophilia on Hunter Biden‘s abandoned laptop—a Hollywood film aims to take the air out of the former New York City mayor’s allegations.
Giuliani—who has served recently as President Donald Trump’s personal attorney and point-man on the Bidens’ Burisma scandal—was reportedly set up to be humiliated in a boudoir scene for Sacha Baron Cohen‘s Borat sequel, which is due for release on Friday via Amazon.
The scene is said to depict Giuliani flirting with an actress playing a young woman pretending to be a television journalist.
It includes a moment when he is seen lying on a bed with his shirt untucked and his hand down his pants with the young woman nearby.
Left-wing New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, who profiled Baron Cohen ahead of the the film’s release, tweeted Wednesday about the scene: “It’s even wilder than it sounds. Beyond cringe.”
The ambush—which occurred in a New York hotel room in July—resulted in Giuliani calling police afterward, but there is no indication an investigation was launched.
Giuliani went to the hotel room thinking he was being interviewed about the Trump administration’s COVID-19 response. The young woman is flirtatious with him and invites him to the bedroom, which is rigged with hidden cameras.
Giuliani, who finalized his divorce from his wife of 15 years last December, then asks for the woman’s phone number and address. He lies back on the bed and has his hands in his pants.
The hotel room scene ends when Baron Cohen, who had been disguised as part of the crew, bursts into the room in an outlandish outfit screaming that the young woman is 15 years old.
Up to that point, there is no indication she is underage.
The character, Borat’s daughter, is played by actress Maria Bakalova, who is listed as 24 years old on the Internet Movie Database site, IMDb.com.
Giuliani had no immediate comment. He spoke to the New York Post’s Page Six column about the incident in July, but did not mention the bedroom aspect of the encounter.
Although the release of the Borat film was announced in late September, the timing seemed more than a bit coincidental amid a flurry of real-world October surprises.
On Tuesday, Giuliani confirmed that he had reported to Delaware police the existence of child pornography among Hunter Biden’s recovered hard-drive files, which were delivered to him by a computer technician after Hunter abandoned the computer at his shop.
Among the images, many reportedly show Hunter cavorting naked with a topless 14-year-old who is related to him.
Evidence suggests based on text conversations between Hunter and his father, Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden, that the girl may have been his niece, the daughter of Hunter’s late brother, Beau. Hunter was in a relationship with the girl’s mother, Beau’s widow, from 2017 to 2019.
Trolling those close to President Donald Trump is a central theme of the new Borat film, a sequel to the 2006 mockumentary that saw Baron Cohen’s character travel the United States, espousing sexist, racist and anti-Semitic views, and eliciting similar responses from unwitting subjects.
For Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, Baron Cohen returns as his alter-ego from Kazakhstan in a plot that involves trying to give his daughter as a gift to Vice President Mike Pence.
The closest Borat gets is the audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference, where he shouts to Pence that he’s brought a woman for him.
Dressed in a Donald Trump costume and with Borat’s daughter, played by Bakalova, slung over his shoulder, Baron Cohen is swiftly escorted out by security.
Baron Cohen has made a history of poking fun at conservative figures.
For his 2018 Showtime series “Who Is America,” the British comedian got former Vice President Dick Cheney to sign a waterboarding kit.
A sketch with former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore involved the comedian administering a “pedophile test.” Moore has sued over the encounter.
Adapted from reporting by the Associated Press