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Russell Brand Believes He Will Be Targeted Next With Serious Allegations

Actor-turned-podcaster Russell Brand announced on his YouTube channel on Friday that several mainstream media outlets have accused him of serious allegations.

Brand in a video on X and YouTube stated he received “extremely disturbing letters” from a “mainstream media TV company.”

In the video, Brand took the time to deny all allegations made against him and shared that in the upcoming days “a litany of extremely egregious and aggressive attacks, which are untrue.”

Watch the video here:

Elon Musk who has been accused of several allegations over the last several years responded to Brand’s video and shared “They don’t like competition.”

Here’s what the Daily Mail reported:

Russell Brand took to his YouTube channel on Friday to ‘absolutely deny’ what he called ‘serious allegations’ made against him in a letter and email – ahead of a mystery Channel 4 Dispatches investigation.

The much-anticipated programme is set to air at 9pm on Saturday night, with speculation building over who or what could be at the centre of the investigation.

Sources say that the long running current affairs documentary series will feature details about a well-known celebrity, which the Mail have been told are shocking.

Though there is no indication Brand will be covered in the programme, he made a video addresses his fans.

The comedian, actor and internet personality told his 6.5 million subscribers late on Friday night that there are ‘very, very serious criminal allegations’ made against him which he ‘absolutely refutes’.

Brand said he had received two ‘extremely disturbing letters’ from a ‘mainstream media TV company’ and a newspaper.

The letters listed ‘a litany of extremely egregious and aggressive attacks, which are untrue’, Brand said.

Per Independent:

Russell Brand has shared a video on his YouTube channel denying some “very serious allegations” made against him, which are set to be shared in a documentary on Saturday and published in a newspaper.

The comedian and actor said he “absolutely refutes” the allegations against him, which he did not reveal in detail but referred to as “very, very serious criminal allegations”.

Brand, 48, said the allegations “pertain to the time when I was working in the mainstream, when… I was very, very promiscuous.”

“I’ve received two extremely disturbing letters or a letter and an email. One from a mainstream media TV company, one from a newspaper listing a litany of extremely egregious and aggressive attacks, as well as some pretty stupid stuff like my community festival should be stopped, that I shouldn’t be able to attack mainstream media narratives on this channel,” he claimed in the video.


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