This Trump-deranged comedian’s career may be over after a prominent actress levied some disturbing accusations against him

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Bad behavior in the entertainment industry is finally being called out.

The starkest example was megaproducer Harvey Weinstein being sent to prison for rape.

And this Trump-deranged comedian’s career may be over after a prominent actress levied some disturbing accusations against him.

Comedian and actor Sacha Baron Cohen is perhaps best known for his portrayal of satirical characters Ali G and Borat.

Part of Cohen’s shtick is to get into character and make unwitting Republicans look bad.

He went full Trump Derangement Syndrome when he called on Facebook and other social media platforms to ban former President Donald Trump and implement so-called “hate speech” codes that would rob anyone who hasn’t pledged their undying loyalty to the woke extremist agenda of their First Amendment rights.

But now, the tables are being turned on Cohen.

Cohen accused

Australian-born comedic actress Rebel Wilson called out Cohen for abusive behavior on set.

Wilson wrote on social media, “I will not be bullied or silenced with high priced lawyer or PR crisis managers. . .The ‘a**hole’ that I am talking about in ONE CHAPTER of my book is Sacha Baron Cohen.”

Wilson allegedly had a horrible experience with Cohen on the set of the 2016 film The Brothers Grimsby.

Wilson explained, “It felt like every time I’d speak to SBC, he’d mention that he wanted me to go naked in a future scene. I was like, ‘Ha, I don’t do nudity, Sacha’. . .SBC summons me via a production assistant, saying that I’m needed to film an additional scene. ‘Okay, well, we’re gonna film this extra scene,’ SBC says. . .Then he pulls his pants down … SBC says very matter-of-factly: ‘Okay, now I want you to stick your finger up my ass.’ And I’m like, ‘What?? … No!!’”

New policy

Wilson said that she adopted a “no a**holes” working environment after the incident.

She continued, “I was now scared. I wanted to get out of there, so I finally compromised: I slapped him on the ass and improvised a few lines as the character. . .I still had to simulate having sex with this guy. I still had to kiss him repeatedly. . .It really sank in that all this wasn’t something that could be laughed off. . .I relayed to the producers that I would not be doing any promotion for the film.”

Cohen denied that he acted inappropriately.

A spokesperson for Cohen said, “While we appreciate the importance of speaking out, these demonstrably false claims are directly contradicted by extensive detailed evidence, including contemporaneous documents, film footage, and eyewitness accounts from those present before, during and after the production of The Brothers Grimsby.”