The account also makes a series of fanciful claims, each one laden with spelling errors, including that he’d been discovered by a Hollywood producer “known for producing INDEPENDENTS DAY BY STEVEN SPILBERG.” (The 1996 movie Independence Day was directed by Roland Emmerich, not Steven Spielberg.)
He then claimed to have appeared on Hannah Montana, which was spelled as “Hanna Montana,” as well as The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.
The account also claims he taped a movie in 2009 called The Invasion “startting Uma Turman,Chris Odanald ,Melllisa George and Alicia Silver Stone.” (The sci-fi movie The Invasion was released in 2007 and starred Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig. Uma Thurman, Chris O’Donnell, Melissa George, and Alicia Silverstone did not appear.)
Reached for comment, Santos communications director Naysa Woomer refused to respond to the Politico report.
In recent days, Santos has also denied that he was responsible for letting a dog die, after the website Patch reported that two veterans accused Santos of fundraising for a dog’s surgery before making off with the $3,000 raised.
The name Santos had allegedly used to orchestrate the scam? Anthony Devolder.