A Security Officer Swept the Room Where Rudy Giuliani Was Filmed in 'Borat 2' but He Didn't Find Sacha Baron Cohen | 22 Words

As I'm sure you're all aware by now, Rudy Giuliani was caught in a very compromising position in Sacha Baron Cohen's latest Borat movie - and now, the actor has come forward with some rather interesting details from behind the scenes of the incriminating moment.

Here's what we know...

Borat is back.

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And he's mercilessly dragging our politicians through the dirt.

The British comedian targeted President Trump and his team directly in his new movie, Borat 2...

And he even managed to catch Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, in a very compromising position.

Now, we're confident in saying that there's one thing that we all know Sacha Baron Cohen for...

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And that's his Kazakhstan-reigning character, Borat.

It all started with the documentary mock-up, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.

Baron Cohen dressed up as a local from Kazakhstan and proceeded to fool us folk over here in America into believing people from this country were completely backward.

Borat was supposedly the "sixth most famous man in Kazakhstan"...

And while in the States, he repeatedly insulted the people of Central Asia and made countless jokes about their "culture" which, in the movie, involved incest and the constant degrading of women.

But while it was all very funny...

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The people of Kazakhstan didn't see it in this way and they were insulted at Baron Cohen's mockery of their country. This ultimately lead to the actor being banned for life from ever entering the country again.

This didn't stop the movie from being an ultimate success, however...

And Borat soon became a household name all around the world.

But since 2006, the world has sadly been Borat free.

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Sure, he's popped up here and there - but we've had no substantial content from the character.

Well, even though 2020 has been a terrible year, it has brought us some great Borat news...

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Because a second Borat movie was born!

Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm dropped on Amazon Prime on October 23rd.

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The movie revolves around Borat dealing with his newfound fame following the first movie in 2006.

But there's one resounding theme...

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And that's American politics.

Trump has a big role in the new movie...

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Without being aware of it, of course.

For example, the comedian decided to attend a Mike Pence rally...

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All while dressed in a fat suit as Donald Trump with a woman thrown over his shoulder. You really can't make this stuff up.

"Michael Penice!" Baron Cohen could be seen shouting through a startled crowd.

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"I've brought the girl for you," he continued, as the crowd watched on in shock.

It was quite hilarious, we must say.

But there's one scene in the movie that's a little more scandalous than the rest - and it involves Trump's attorney and the former mayor of New York, Rudy Giuliani.

Giuliani is featured in a scene with Borat's daughter, who, in real life, is a twenty-four-year-old actor named Maria Bakalova.

But of course, she plays the character of a fifteen-year-old who Borat is trying to "marry off.

She pretended to be a conservative TV journalist who had requested an interview with Giuliani...

But during their chat, Giuliani can reportedly be seen trying to hold her hand, give her compliments, and follow her to the bedroom.

Giuliani was evidently under the impression that this was a legitimate interview...

And he didn't even catch on when Baron-Cohen came in the room disguised as a cameraman.

At the end of their interview, Bakalova's character then removed the microphones...

And the pair moved through to the bedroom.

Giuliani is seen laying on the bed and putting his hands down his pants as the young woman stands over him...

Before Baron-Cohen bursts into the room shouting, "She's fifteen, she's too old for you!".

Since the movie aired, people have been left not only shocked...

But they've also been left feeling not at all surprised by Giuliani's alleged antics.

Since the still was released to the public, Giuliani was quick to deliver an explanation.

Taking to Twitter, the former mayor insisted that the Borat video is a "complete fabrication." "I was tucking in my shirt after taking off the recording equipment. At no time before, during, or after the interview was I ever inappropriate. If Sacha Baron Cohen implies otherwise he is a stone-cold liar."

Things were quick to turn political...

Giuliani tried to claim that Baron Cohen's prank was an attempt to blunt his "relentless exposure of the criminality and depravity of Joe Biden and his entire family."

But Giuliani actually addressed this incident months ago during an interview with the New York Post and said he called the police on the unknown man at the time.

He said: "This guy comes running in, wearing a crazy, what I would say was a pink transgender outfit. It was a pink bikini, with lace, underneath a translucent mesh top, it looked absurd. He had the beard, bare legs, and wasn't what I would call distractingly attractive."

The former mayor feels he's the one who has had the last laugh...

"This person comes in yelling and screaming, and I thought this must be a scam or a shakedown, so I reported it to the police. He then ran away... I only later realized it must have been Sacha Baron Cohen. I thought about all the people he previously fooled and I felt good about myself because he didn't get me."

However, Baron Cohen remembers a slightly different series of events.

The actor recently appeared on The Late Show, where he discussed his new movie and, of course, that incriminating moment with Giuliani.

According to Baron Cohen, Giuliani had actually instructed security to do a sweep of the room before the interview...

But the guard, who was a former police officer, didn't find him hiding in a wardrobe.

He told Stephen Colbert:

"I was in there [the wardrobe] for the entire scene. My only means of communication - the idea was that I would jump out at the necessary point, and I would know what he was doing via text messages with the director."

He is certain that Giuliani believed he was alone with the young woman, however.

"Rudy thought he was alone with her," Baron Cohen told Colbert, adding that "the security guard sits outside the room, ensuring that no one could come in and out, which is actually even more scary, when you think about it, for her."

On Giuliani's defensive comments, the actor noted:

"Well, he said that he did nothing inappropriate. And, you know, my feeling is if he sees that as appropriate, then heaven knows what he's intended to do with other women in hotel rooms with a glass of whiskey in his hand."

You can watch the full interview here.

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