Summary by JW Williams
Russell Brand, a comedian and political commentator who has spoken out against the New World Order, the war in Ukraine, COVID vaccines and policies, Jeffrey Epstein, corporatism and more, has been accused by at least four women of rape, sexual assault and professional misconduct. The reports were not initially made to police, but to the British media, Channel 4 Dispatches, the Times of London and the Sunday Times, that have been working on the case for years.
Russell Brand is an admitted former drug and sex addict.
The accusers include “Alice”, who says she was 16 years old when she had a three-month affair with Brand who was 31 at the time; the age of consent in the UK is 16 years old. A BBC car was used to pick Alice up from school and bring her to Russell Brand’s home. Alice says that Brand assaulted her in a non-consensual sex attack and she had to punch him to get him off of her.
Another woman who came forward claimed Brand raped her against a wall at his home in Los Angeles and medical records indicate she was treated at a rape crisis center the same day in 2012. She says that she has text messages from Brand apologizing.
Another woman, who said she worked with Brand, claimed he sexually assaulted her and then threatened to take legal action if she spoke out.
In yet another report, the Metropolitan police confirmed they had received a complaint of sexual assault, alleged to have occurred in the Soho area of London in 2003.
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Brand has denied all charges:
In recent years Brand has built a vast digital platform around wellness and culture. Brand has 11.2 million followers on X, formerly Twitter, 6.6 million subscribers on Youtube and 3.8 million followers on Instagram. Brand has criticized the Ukraine war, COVID vaccines, and has interviewed Robert Kennedy and Joe Rogan, who have been criticized in the media for their views on COVID and the COVID vaccines.
The media waited until Brand changed his life and spoke out against big government, COVID, and Ukraine to make the allegations public and condemn him in a coordinated effort. Candace Owens said that two things can be true at one time: Brand is being pursued by the media intentionally to take him down and the allegation of an accuser in 2012 is credible.
Brand has a right to due process. There should be a police investigation to determine whether there is enough evidence to file criminal charges against Brand. Likewise, the accusers should be taken seriously as there is a police report filed in 2003 and a record that an accuser visited a rape crisis center on the day of the alleged attack in 2012.