Sacha Baron Cohen (Sacha Baron Cohen) has donated $100,000 to a community fund set up for Oklahoma’s grandmother, and he objected to the new “Borat” film.
Jeanise Jones, 62, was recruited to shoot multiple scenes with the 24-year-old actress Maria Bakalova. Maria Bakalova played the 15-year-old The role Tutar.
Jones believes that Tutar is a real teenager and she was hired to take care of the girl as part of a documentary about child brides and women’s rights. She only learned that the movie was ironic when a friend told her about the trailer in October.
Since the release of “Borat 2”, Jones has become a fan favorite, and there are not thousands of viewers who donated the grandmother initiated by the grandmother to GoFundMe.
As of Friday afternoon, Jones had raised more than $1
Now, Entertainment Tonight reports that Cohen himself has pledged to donate $100,000 to the Oklahoma City community on behalf of Jones.
Sacha Baron Cohen has donated $100,000 to the community fund established for Oklahoma’s grandmother Jeanise Jones. She appears in the new “Borat” movie as the nanny of the character Tutar.Jones believes that this movie is a documentary, and doesn’t know that she was filmed in a comedy satire
According to sources, “the money will be distributed by the Ebenezer Baptist Church at Jones’ request.”
The cash will be used to provide shelter and food for community members in need.
Jones’ pastor-the person who set up the GoFundMe fundraiser for his grandmother-praised Cohen’s donation in an interview with People magazine.
Pastor Derek Scobe said: “I was intimidated, but I was not surprised because someone told me the heart type of this person.”
“Maybe it’s a bit risky. This is something in the movie, but he has a kind heart.”
Earlier this week, it was discovered that Jones was only paid The characters in the movie are $3,600.
Jones has said before that she fully believes that Bakrova’s character Tutar is real.
She said that she had been worried about “Tutar” for a year, and she thought she was married to a wealthy old man.
Jeanise Jones was recruited by the producer to film several scenes with Maria Bakalova. Baklova, 24, deceived Jones into thinking she was a 15-year-old nicknamed Tutar, and they were filming a documentary about child brides
“I am happy to know that she is really not in that situation. I don’t want to hear about that situation,” she told Variety.
“We are very worried. She added in the New York Post that we were there to pray for her and ask God to help her. We are doing what we consider to be Christians.
Jones is considered the voice of reason and reason throughout the movie, because when she told “Tutar”, her father told her that men have bigger brains and that she needs to do something stupid to be wrong.
Jones said: “In this situation, you can’t help being patient because you are trying to help someone-at least, that’s what I think.”
Jones hasn’t seen the movie yet, but she told Variety Show that she plans to reveal more about her drafting method.
“I was told that we were shooting a documentary about that little girl [Bakalova]She turned out to be a growing actress,” she said.
“They came to our church and said that they were looking for some older black women (grandmother type) for this documentary. Everyone had an individual interview and you would try to answer the questions. My interview was not very good, but it made me feel Comfortable. They asked basic questions about my child and growth and how I feel about my child.
“I didn’t expect to be selected. Jones added that when I was then, I was like “wow”, but I didn’t think of anything about it.
Borat and Tutar participate in their debut prom in Macon, Southern Georgia
Jones did not know that she was really taking care of the 24-year-old actress Maria Bakalova (Maria Bakalova)
Jones also told Variety Show that she thought she was paid for the movie reasonable because they knew it would be a movie, and I didn’t.
“I just thought I was doing a documentary about what we did in the United States. But I blamed myself for not reading these documents when I signed them.”
Others disagreed, leading her pastor Derrick Scobey to create a GoFundMe page for the woman he described as the “moral compass” of the movie.
He also said that Jones has been praying for the teenager since they met last year.
“We have been praying for this young lady in the movie because we all really think she is in trouble. The joke is on us/Jeanise, that’s okay,” Scobey wrote.
“This is not written for Janice. All this comes from the heart.
She is one of the most authentic people I have ever met. The good thing that this brings is that Jeanise doesn’t have to worry about “Tutar” anymore. She worried about this young lady for a year. ”