Michael Cohen Backed Out of Pre-Prison Documentary Project
President Trump’s former attorney, Michael Cohen, backed out of a deal he was on the verge of landing: a documentary examining the weeks before he heads to prison on May 6.
Rambling Reporter reports that in the months leading up to the delayed hearings, Trump’s former fixer was talking with a number of filmmakers, including Michael Moore and Lawrence Bender, and was on the cusp of inking a $3 million deal with one of the town’s digital media companies for a fly-on-the-wall documentary that would have followed him in the weeks before he’s due to head to prison.
Now, for virtually no reason, Michael suddenly backed out.
During his televised testimony, Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-N.C. asked him if he would refuse movie, TV, or book deals. In every instance, he said he would not refuse them, which looked shady.
Furthermore, Michael’s eldest child, 22-year-old Samantha, has been pitching a doc about her own life as the daughter of Trump’s former attorney.
Perhaps he’s making way to give more of a spotlight to Samantha? Who knows.