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On April 13, 2010 By Casey McLaughlin July 22, 2010
Known for his outrageous and controversial movie characters, Sacha Baron Cohen has become a pro at dodging legal bullets. Because of his penchant for crossing the line, it should come as no surprise that he is now embroiled in another lawsuit. However, this time there is an unexpected twist — David Letterman is playing a [...]Continue Reading →
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