The remaining dates of Russell Brand’s tour have been cancelled.
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On Saturday (September 16), the British comedian was accused of rape and sexual assault by four women in an explosive newspaper article and documentary, and London’s Metropolitan Police announced on Monday that it had received a complaint against Russell Brand on Sunday.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall actor continued his Bipolarization tour of the UK following the publication of the investigation into him by The Times, Sunday Times and Channel 4 investigative program Dispatches on Saturday, performing at London’s Wembley Park Theatre. However, the tour promoter announced on Monday that the other dates had been postponed. The comedian was due to perform in Windsor on Tuesday night, then Plymouth on September 22 and Wolverhampton on September 28.
On the other hand, a YouTube spokesperson announced the suspension of monetization on Russell Brand’s channel, which means that he will no longer be able to earn money from advertising his videos. “If a creator’s off-platform behavior harms our users, our employees or our ecosystem, we take action,” the spokesperson said Tuesday, adding that they had suspended the creator for 48 years for “violating” their “Off-Platform Policy.” Responsibility of the Creator”. ”. They confirmed to the BBC that “all channels owned or operated” by Russell Brand will be suspended from monetization.
In addition, the American Trip actor, who has become a wellness influencer with conspiratorial tendencies in recent years, did not present his traditional live show on the Rumble video platform this Monday. He usually hosts a live show every Monday at 5pm UK time.
In the joint investigation by The Times, The Sunday Times and Channel 4’s Dispatches, four women accused Russell Brand of rape or sexual assault between 2006 and 2013. The complaint lodged with London police concerns an alleged incident in 2003. In a cautionary video released on Friday, the comedian denied all allegations against him, insisting that his relationships were “absolutely always consensual.”