Sacha Baron Cohen Is Afraid of Being Arrested and Deported

Sacha Baron Cohen has done some pretty crazy things during his time playing Borat and Bruno. And with all that craziness comes from repercussions...including the constant fear of being deported back to the UK.

Sacha Baron Cohen has done some pretty crazy things during his time playing Borat and Bruno.  And with all that craziness comes from repercussions…including the constant fear of being deported back to the UK.

According to Worst Previews, Cohen, who now lives in Los Angeles with his wife Isla Fisher and two daughters, has several outstanding warrants for his arrest:

“There are towns in certain states that I can’t shoot in. If I get arrested my visa could be taken away,”

Cohen went on to give one specific example for when he was shooting a bondage scene for BRUNO in a hotel room:

“The [hotel] manager called the police and we knew we had about five minutes before the police turned up and I would be arrested…My English bodyguard yelled ‘Everyone out,’ as we had an escape car waiting 14 [floors] down. So we get to a window and there’s an old rickety fire escape. We run down it and get to the second floor, and it doesn’t reach down to the floor. So I jumped wearing these high heels while attached to my friend, broke my heel and got into the car and we left the state.”

So readers, if you take away anything from this interview, remember…don’t run around hotels naked, don’t try to seduce Ron Paul, and don’t ambush a UFC match in the middle of the South…leave that up to the pros…

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