More companies are distancing themselves from Russell Brand.
19.09.2023 - 15:43 / justjared.com
Russell Brand is being demonetized by YouTube.
The company confirmed Tuesday (September 19) that the 48-year-old comedian will no longer make money from his channel, after several women made allegations of rape, emotional abuse and sexual assault.
His account, which has 6.6 million subscribers, has been suspended from monetization “following serious allegations against the creator.”
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“This decision applies to all channels that may be owned or operated by Russell Brand,” the video service said in a statement, via ET Canada.
The suspension means his videos won’t earn money from the ads that run within, before and after his YouTube videos, like “What REALLY Started the Hawaii Fires?” and “Covid Tsar Admits Lockdowns Were NEVER About Science.”
At the same time, his tour dates were also postponed.
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bombshell investigation published Sept.
YouTube has suspended Russell Brand from making money on the platform for "violating" its "creator responsibility policy." The decision was made in order to "protect" its users, a spokesperson for the video streaming company said on Tuesday. The move follows the allegations of rape, sexual assault, and coercive behavior made by four women over the weekend. The allegations pertain to the period between 2006 and 2013.
YouTube said Tuesday that Russell Brand will no longer make money from the video streaming site after several women made allegations of sexual assault against the comedian-turned-influencer.
The Sunday Times, The Times and Channel 4’s Dispatches, four women accused Brand of rape and sexual assault over a period between 2006 and 2013. Brand has denied the allegations.Baillie was at the centre of the “Sachsgate” scandal in 2008 that saw Brand and TV presenter Jonathan Ross leave a series of “lewd” messages on Sachs’ answering machine relating to the comedian’s relationship with his granddaughter.
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Russell Brand’s stand-up shows over the next 10 days have been postponed following allegations of sexual assault.The comedian was set to perform his Bipolarisation show at the Theatre Royal Windsor on Tuesday (September 19), Plymouth Pavilions on Friday (September 22) and The Halls Wolverhampton next Thursday (September 28).In a statement issued on Monday (September 18), the tour promoters said: “We are postponing these few remaining addiction charity fundraiser shows, we don’t like doing it – but we know you’ll understand.”As noted in a statement on the Ticket Store UK website for the Pavilions show, all tickets “will be refunded direct from the point of purchase”, while tickets from the Ticket Store will be automatically refunded.The postponed shows follow a joint investigation by The Times, The Sunday Times and Channel 4’s Dispatches, in which four women accused the comedian of rape and sexual assault over a period between 2006 and 2013. Brand has denied the allegations.On Saturday (September 16), after denying the allegations in a video, Brand went ahead with his gig at the Wembley Park Theatre in London.
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