Former President Donald Trump’s ongoing trial may have been turned on its head by some of Michael Cohen’s TikTok antics, according to Legal Expert.

While a gag order has been placed on Trump, Cohen—one of the prosecution’s key witnesses—has been raising money on TikTok by discussing the former president’s trial. Although Cohen is not in violation of any court order, legal experts maintain that it will further tarnish his credibility.

ABC News contributor and former Georgia prosecutor Chris Timmon revealed that he would be furious at Cohen if he were part of the prosecuting team.

“I’d be furious,” said. “As a prosecutor, the last thing you want your witness to do is to be talking about the case in a forum other than the courtroom.”

Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels’ former lawyer, told Fox News that Cohen may have torpedoed the case against the former president with his “narcissism.”

“Michael Cohen through his narcissism and his ego may have just torpedoed the case against Trump,” Avenatti said. “Never underestimate this guy’s ability to screw something up due to his ignorance and arrogance. He’s dumber than a box of rocks. The state can’t win the case without him and because of his conduct in reviewing trial testimony in violation of the court’s order, which [he] just admitted to when speaking with ABC, the court must strike him as a witness, declare a mistrial, or both,” Avenatti continued. “He had no business commenting on other witnesses’ testimony.”

Former federal prosecutor and Fox News Legal expert Andrew McCarthy maintained that Cohen’s actions pose a major problem to prosecutors.

“It is a major problem for prosecutors. It is not a problem for Cohen’s credibility because he has none — he is a convicted perjurer and fraudster whose current ‘defense’ of his fraud convictions is that he wasn’t telling the truth when he pled guilty,” McCarthy said. “It’s a problem for prosecutors because they chose to build a case on a witness with a track record of bad conduct and deep bias and, not surprisingly, he can’t help himself but continue to act in character.”