Vanessa Feltz upset after Russell Brand joked over 'having it off' with daughters in 2006
18.09.2023 - 23:47
Vanessa Feltz has opened up on a previous experience with comedian Russell Brand in the wake of the allegations of rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse against him – allegations which he strongly denies. The This Morning star, now 61, reflected on an occasion when she was speaking to the Hollywood actor, 48, during an appearance at his chat show.
The allegations made against Russell were claimed to have taken place between 2006 and 2013 against four women, and were made public following a joint investigation by Channel 4's Dispatches and The Times, which released the documentary Russell Brand: In Plain Sight on September 16.
The comedian has said every sexual relationship he has ever had has been completely consensual. Sharing all on her TalkTV news programme today, Monday 18 September, Vanessa commented on the furore.
“If this is OK with you, I wouldn’t mind sharing with you a personal reflection on this story? I met Russell Brand when I was a guest on EForum and Big Brother’s Big Mouth - so our career paths crossed quite naturally over the years and on other occasions I met him as a friend, I met him on his shows and one of those occasions was in 2006 when I appeared on his chat show, 1 Leicester Square." As she was played a clip of the programme, which showcased Russell asking Vanessa "Can I have it off with either you or your daughters?", the star was indignant at the time. “No, you may not! No…” Vanessa shot back quickly, but Russell continued to press buttons.
“Or here’s a whacky suggestion…” the comic went on, as Vanessa replied: “Or three at once, no!” “Damn she’s always one step ahead. Vanessa Feltz, come on, some of them are adults," Russell joked, to which Vanessa shot back once more: “I’ve got two
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