British police have reportedly interviewed Russell Brand over a series of sexual assault allegations against the comedian.
“A man in his 40s attended a police station in south London on Thursday 16 November 2023, the Metropolitan Police said in a statement. “He was interviewed under caution by detectives in relation to three non-recent sexual offences. “The investigations continue.”
“Under caution” means that they recorded the interview and that the material may be used in future prosecutions.
The Times and Sunday Times reported in September that four women had accused Brand of rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse. She had dated them between 2006 and 2013, at the peak of their fame in the UK and at the peak of their popularity in the US.
One woman said he pushed her against a wall and raped her, another said he sexually assaulted her and then threatened legal action if she went to authorities, and others said he subjected them to physical and emotional abuse. sexual harassment and harassment. Additionally, team members said they were instructed to troll the public for young women in Brand’s name.
A few days after those bombings, More women came closer, and Government Minister Caroline Nokes called for a Scotland Yard investigation. Brand’s “Bipolarisation” tour was canceled midway, her YouTube channel was demonetized and her BBC shows were pulled. A book publisher and a talent agency also reportedly severed ties with Brand, 48.
Brand denied the allegations, saying all matches were consensual, and asked fans for financial help through his Rumble page. While he has not addressed the allegations publicly, he has made public comments since then.
However, the Metropolitan Police launched an investigation.
The comedian and actor is known for his roles in “Forgetting Sarah Marshal” and the 2011 remake of “Arthur.” He is also the ex-husband of pop star Katy Perry, to whom he was married from 2010 to 2013. He has also used his fame to build a base of 6.6 million subscribers on YouTube, where he positioned himself as a social commentator, promoting theories of conspiracy and a kind of wellness guru.
With news cable services