George Santos is caught allegedly spinning the truth once again … this time claiming he worked on the Spider-Man musical, another apparent lie.
That’s right … a new report from Bloomberg claims while Santos was running for Congress in 2021, he told a group of potential donors he worked as one of the producers on the musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark.”
As has almost become automatic, Bloomberg reports Santos’ claim was shut down by the show’s lead producer, Michael Cohl. Cohl says Santos was not a producer on the musical, and his name never appeared in the playbills for the show.
“Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark” ran from 2011 to 2014 with a massive $75 million budget. However, the show became notorious for it’s delay in opening and injuries to actors performing stunts.
Of course, it’s just the latest in a series of Santos’ alleged lies … including when he said his mom died in 9/11, his education and even accusations he stole money from a charity aimed to help a former military dog with a tumor.
Santos has not yet commented publicly on the new “Spider-Man” controversy.