Herman Rosenblat is the Holocaust survivor whose Oprah-endorsed story of meeting his wife while in a concentration camp turned out to be fake. When his publisher found out, they demanded their advance back. We've got the documents.
So here's Herman Rosenblat, who admitted months ago to fabricating his book about his wife throwing apples to him over a concentration camp fence, telling two movie producers the story, as though it's true. WTF?
Herman Rosenblat's touching story about reuniting with a holocaust survivor years after the war ended was a sham. Among the conned: the NY Post, Oprah, publishers. Now alchemized into fiction, the tale's finally going public.
This morning's Good Morning America interview of Herman Rosenblat, the big liar author of fabricated Holocaust love story and 'memoir' Angels at the Fence, is even more entertaining than the earlier leaked footage.
Herman Rosenblat's whimsical concentration camp apple-tossing love story has been exposed as a lie—now, not only is the book cancelled and movie "rewritten" as fiction, but the already-published children's book is being pulled from shelves.
After seeing the release of his memoir cancelled, Herman Rosenblat apologized, saying he lied about a girl tossing apples over the fence of his concentration camp because he wanted "to bring happiness to people."