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How Michael Cohen Might Have Gotten Himself Sent Back To Prison

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How Michael Cohen Might Have Gotten Himself Sent Back To Prison

How Michael Cohen Might Have Gotten Himself Sent Back To Prison

Former fixer and personal attorney to President Donald Trump, Michael Cohen has been photographed most likely breaking his terms of parole.

According to Business Insider, Cohen and his wife were spotted dining with another couple at the New York City restaurant, Le Bilboquet.

Cohen is serving a three-year sentence for tax evasion, bank fraud, campaign-finance violations, and lying to Congress.

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