Kyle Madison, lawyer for the woman who claims Sacha Baron Cohen assaulted her during filming for Bruno, Richelle Olson, says the injuries she suffered are "life-altering," TMZ reports.
Olson says in her lawsuit Cohen showed up at her charity bingo match for the elderly back in 2007 in his Bruno character, and began calling numbers in a vulgar, offensive way. Olson alleges that when she tried grabbing the mic, Sacha physically assaulted her. She says that she then she suffered brain bleeds and sometimes requires assistance walking.
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Madison tells TMZ, "The actions of Mr. Cohen and those acting in concert with him have resulted in life-altering injuries to my client. My focus is her well-being and to secure a fair, just and equitable remedy for her claims."