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Russell Brand has broken his silence following the recent publication of allegations against him, including claims of “sexual assaults and emotional abuse.” In a video posted on his YouTube channel, Brand indirectly alluded to the allegations without directly addressing them. He began by acknowledging the distressing week he had experienced and thanked his supporters for questioning the information presented.
Brand went on to discuss his plans for upcoming content on his YouTube channel, focusing on topics like the pharmaceutical industry and media censorship. He expressed concern about the British government’s request for tech platforms to censor online content, with some platforms complying.
The video’s title, “So…,” appeared to be a vague acknowledgment of the negative attention Brand has received. He also encouraged viewers to follow him on the online video platform Rumble and emphasized the importance of staying independent.
Last week, Brand issued a preemptive response to the allegations, stating that he “absolutely refutes” the attacks against him but providing limited detail at the time. Since the publication of the allegations, Brand’s live tour was postponed, and his publishing deal was suspended. The BBC also removed some of his previous programs from digital services, citing public expectations