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'Borat 2': Why Sacha Baron Cohen Might Be Sued for KKK Scene

Borat 2 has angered many of those who appear in it as much as it has delighted viewers across the world. Though Rudy Giuliani has notably criticized the movie, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and its organizers the American Conservative Union (ACU) have gone one further and threatened legal action over their depiction in the Amazon Prime Video movie.

In a letter sent to Sacha Baron Cohen and production company Four By Two Films (per Fox News), the ACU demands that they, "immediately cease and desist from using any content filmed during CPAC in Borat 2 and its trailers.

Particularly, the ACU has taken objection to a scene in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm in which Borat (played by Sacha Baron Cohen) or another member of the Borat 2 crew appears to enter CPAC dressed in the robes of the Ku Klux Klan. In the letter, the ACU's representatives write, "any implication that KKK style hatred would be welcome at CPAC is false and malicious."