Actor Sacha Baron Cohen claims that the final scene of his 2006 comedy "Borat" is responsible for ending Pamela Anderson's marriage to Kid Rock.
Baron Cohen received an Oscar for the film about a man from Kazakhstan who toured America. The film ends with a prank in which Borat Sagdiyev tries to put the "Baywatch" star in a traditional wedding bag during a book signing. Later it turned out that Anderson was involved in the joke, and Baron Cohen noticed that it would otherwise have been a kidnapping. However, her husband at the time was apparently not thrilled, as it turned out.
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The 47-year-old actor promoted his series "Who Is America" on a SAG Conversation series (via The Daily Beast), in which he announced Anderson sent him a text message saying Kid Rock had applied for divorce because of Borat.
the time. When the film came out, the couple reportedly went to a screening of the film in the home of then Universal Pictures President Ron Meyer. However, when it was over, Rock was apparently mad at his wife's performance, calling her a "s ̵
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"And I thought it was a joke, but a few weeks later they divorced and they stated the reason for the divorce, Borat, "Baron Cohen added before joking," I think they were a fantastic couple, so it's a shame. Much better than Julian Assange or whoever dated her later.
Kid Rock representatives did not immediately respond to Fox News request to comment on Baron Cohen's allegations.
The actor also announced that the scene in question was filmed twice, after the fans seemed uninterested in his first kidnapping attempt.
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"When we first went to a book signing session, I grabbed her over my shoulder and ran with her and no one did anything," he said thought, what kind of fans are they? So we did it again and they ran after me. "