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Another Hollywood talent agent in trouble: shared message claiming there are ‘fake decapitated babies’ in Israel

Another high-ranking Hollywood talent agent is in hot water over pro-Hamas social media posts, including sharing a message calling murdered Israeli babies “fake.”

United Agents, a British talent agency, confirmed it was investigating the matter.

The furore concerns an agent named Kitty Laing, who is head of comedy at United and represents many comedians, according to the agency’s website.

His online activity was highlighted by Borat co-writer Lee Kern, who posted a lengthy thread Tuesday morning in which he included screenshots of the messages in question.

In one instance, Laing appears to have retweeted a message using the term “fake decapitated babies” to refer to Israeli babies allegedly decapitated by Hamas terrorists.

In another, she reposted a message spreading the Gaza hospital hoax.

In yet another, she shared a message with a photo calling Israelis “colonizers.”

Kern called Laing “disgraceful” and a “wicked soul.”

Laing’s most high-profile client is Katherine Ryan, who has starred in two Netflix comedy specials and a sitcom, The Duchess.

The controversy comes after CAA film agent Maha Dahkil – who represents Tom Cruise, Natalie Portman, Steven Spielberg and others – was called out after condemning Israel’s response to Hamas terror attacks as “genocide “.

Dahkil resigned from some of her positions at CAA, but as of Tuesday she was still employed by the agency.

As of this writing, Laing’s X/Twitter account has been deactivated.

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