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Russell Brand Dropped By Agent, Book Publishing Paused After Rape And Sexual Assault Accusations

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Russell Brand is quickly losing support in his industry. Following a joint investigating by The Times UK and Channel 4 details serious sexual assault allegations against the comedian, his agent has dropped him as a client. READ MORE: Russell Brand Accused Of ‘Rape, Sexual Assaults & Emotional Abuse’ By Multiple Women After Pre-Emptive Denial On Saturday, Brand’s profile was removed from the Tavistock Wood website.

The agency later gave a statement to The Independent announced they were dropping him. The agency also confirmed a claim in the report, that they had been contacted with allegations about Brand’s behaviour in 2020.

The comedian had denied the claim. “Russell Brand categorically and vehemently denied the allegation made in 2020, but we now believe we were horribly misled by him,” the agency said in a statement. “TW has terminated all professional ties to Brand.” Brand’s book publisher, Bluebird also said in a statement that their work with him is on pause. “These are very serious allegations and in the light of them, Bluebird has taken the decision to pause all future publishing with Russell Brand,” the publisher told trade magazine The Bookseller, according to Rolling Stone. READ MORE: Russell Brand’s Accusers Speak Out About Allegations In U.K.

Documentary Brand’s next book, Mentors: How to Help and Be Helped. Recovery: The Workbook, had been set for publication this December.

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