Roy Moore's lawsuit appears to be the first actually filed by one of the string of politicians who were duped and humiliated by Sacha Baron Cohen on the show Who is America.
Showtime President David Nevins called Sacha Baron Cohen the 'Daniel Day-Lewis of comedy.'
Sacha Baron Cohen's Who Is America? prank forces Republican lawmaker, who yelled racial slurs on show, to resign
In Who Is America?, Jason Spencer repeatedly shouts a racial slur after Cohen tells him the tactic is useful for drawing bystanders' attention to an unfolding attack.
Sacha Baron Cohen's Who Is America? ratings almost triple with 2.8 mn viewers tuning in for second episode
In the second episode of Who Is America?, Cohen persuades Republican Rep. Jason Spencer to take part in several outlandish exercises.
Who Is America? review: Sacha Baron Cohen's new satire does not 'make benefit' his once glorious career
Retaining the inflammatory nature of his previous work, Sacha Baron Cohen updates his tried-and-tested formula to include 2018 America's ideological polarities in Who Is America?
Who is America? first look: Sacha Baron Cohen gets American politicians to support arming of school children
American politicians agree with Sacha Baron Cohen's statement, "The only thing that stop a bad man with a gun is a good boy with a gun" on Who Is America?.
Palin complained on Facebook that Sacha Baron Cohen disguised himself as a disabled US veteran in a wheelchair when she was duped into an interview
Sarah Palin alleges she got "duped" by Sacha Baron Cohen to appear on comedian's show Who Is America?
In his new show Who is America?, Sacha Baron Cohen goes after powerful political figures of the United States.
It is not clear whether Baron Cohen will resurrect his cheeky alter ego Ali G in Who is America?.