Russell Brand is under investigation.
18.09.2023 - 19:31 / nme.com
accused the comedian of rape and sexual assault as part of an investigation by The Times, The Sunday Times and Channel 4’s Dispatches. Brand has denied the allegations.Speaking on Radio 4’s Women’s Hour, Alice recalled: “He had a friend who was taking him to do his radio show so he said to me, ‘You get in the car and you go wherever you need to go from there’, so I took the BBC car that time.
And on another occasion it picked me up from school […] it was back to his house.”The BBC have confirmed an inquiry into the claims, saying the investigation “contained serious allegations, spanning a number of years,” and added: “Russell Brand worked on BBC radio programmes between 2006 and 2008 and we are urgently looking into the issues raised.”Alice also spoke further about the relationship with Brand, saying what happened when she told the comedian that she was 16.“He just replied saying, ‘OK, so we’re still on for dinner at 7.30?'” she said. “He was 30.
Now that I’m in my 30s looking at 16-year-olds, I can’t even imagine finding them sexually attractive. I can’t imagine even thinking of them as a potential mate in any way.”She added: “Russell groomed me and told me to save his number in my phone as a different name… He coached me on what to say to my parents.”She also detailed the impact it had had on her life and relationships, saying she “felt used up, I felt cheap, I felt dirtied by the whole thing and so then I went on to have another series of relationships with people that were, for want of a better word, sleazy.“Because I just thought if I go for bottom of the barrel I can never be disappointed and I can never be hurt because I know to expect the absolute worst.”Responding to the claims from the four women, Brand said.
Russell Brand is under investigation.
Russell Brand’s last show on mainstream British TV was binned without making it to air five years ago, following allegations by a female comedian of his predatory behaviour, according to The Sun newspaper.
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The BBC is investigating a claim that Russell Brand flashed a woman before laughing about it on his radio show.
reported by the BBC, the alleged victim, whom they are calling Olivia, claimed the assault happened on June 16, 2008, during the time she was working at the BBC’s Los Angeles location. After letting Brand, 48, and his team inside for a taping, Olivia went to the bathroom next to the radio station, where she bent down and squatted to get some sinus medication from a medicine cabinet.
Russell Brand has been accused of pinning a woman onto a sofa and kissing her, despite her telling him to stop.The claims have surfaced from a fifth woman less than a week after the comedian-turned-Hollywood-star was accused of rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse. Russell Brand has strongly denied the previous accusations and said all his relationships were consensual.
BBC Director General Tim Davie has declined to rule out an external inquiry into the Russell Brand allegations as he stresses the issues surrounding the situation are “not wholly historic.”
K.J. Yossman BBC boss Tim Davie has said the Russell Brand controversy shows that media companies can’t be “complacent.” The BBC is currently investigating following allegations that comedian Brand raped and sexually assaulted four women.
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“What led to that being on air?,” questioned Director General Tim Davie of Russell Brand’s old BBC broadcasts today, as he set out the scope of the review into Brand, which should report back in “weeks not months.”
YouTube said Tuesday that Russell Brand will no longer make money from the video streaming site after several women made allegations of sexual assault against the comedian-turned-influencer.
The BBC has followed Channel 4’s lead by removing TV and audio shows that feature Russell Brand.
Most of us are just now hearing all the sexual assault allegations against Russell Brand. If you’re not up to date on that, you can get the horrible details from this weekend’s exposé HERE. The gist of it is, several women have now come forward with stories from 2006-2013 — including a girl who was just 16 at the time. And there are receipts.
Russell Brand's father has taken to Facebook to defend his son, as he continues to face allegations of rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse.The allegations were brought to light in the joint investigation by The Times, The Sunday Times and Channel 4, and aired on TV in a harrowing episode of Channel 4's Dispatches The comedian and actor, 48, has denied the claims, and now his father, Ron Brand, has defended him from these accusations, posting a furious rant on his Facebook account. Ron has claimed that the BBC, and other media outlets, are pursuing a "vendetta" against his son, by spreading these "unproven allegations." According to the Daily Mail, the 80-year-old wrote: "Is this seriously the most important thing happening in this world? Immigrants? Cost of living? 10s of thousands killed in Ukraine? Who is prioritising at BBC News.
EXCLUSIVE: Russell Brand’s last major television job in the UK ended with him being dropped after he was repeatedly accused of being a “sexual predator” during the recording of the show.
Russell Brand's number of alleged victims continues to grow in light of Channel 4's recent Dispatches programme. On Saturday evening, the 48 year old comedian-turned-Hollywood-star was the sole focus of a 90-minute televised investigation, where several anonymous women accused him of "rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse".
Naman Ramachandran Allegations against comedian and actor Russell Brand are being investigated by the BBC and Banijay U.K., while the Metropolitan police has encouraged victims to come forward. On Saturday, the Sunday Times of London, The Times and U.K.
The Metropolitan Police has said it will speak to the Sunday Times and Channel 4 after their investigation about Russell Brand.