George Santos is at it again. This time, the former Congressional candidate is accused of spinning the truth about his involvement in the 2011-2014 musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark.” According to a recent report from Bloomberg, Santos told a group of potential donors he was a producer on the show, but the lead producer Michael Cohl has shut down the claim, saying Santos was not involved in the production of the show.

The musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark” was a massive production, with a $75 million budget. Unfortunately, the show was also notorious for its delay in opening and injuries to actors performing stunts. Now, Santos is facing another allegation of spinning the truth.

This is not the first time Santos has been accused of lying. He has been accused of lying about his mother’s death in the 9/11 attacks, his education, and even stealing money from a charity aimed to help a former military dog with a tumor. Santos has yet to comment on the latest controversy.

It looks like George Santos is facing yet another allegation of spinning the truth. With a history of lies, it’s no surprise that his involvement with the musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark” has been called into question. We’ll have to wait and see if he responds to the latest allegation.