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Russell Brand episodes taken down from Channel 4 website following allegations

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rape and sexual assault allegations against the comedian.Four women have come forward with allegations as part of a joint investigation by Channel 4, The Times and The Sunday Times, with claims ranging from a period between 2006 and 2013.

Brand has denied the allegations.A number of episodes of series that involve Brand are no longer available to watch on Channel 4, including a 2019 edition of The Great Celebrity Bake Off for SU2C as well as Big Brother’s Big Mouth, which Brand presented.A spokesperson for Channel 4 said (via The Independent): “We’ve taken down all content featuring Russell Brand while we look into the matter.

This includes episodes of The Great British Bake Off and the Big Brother box sets that he appeared on.”It has also emerged that Channel 4 has begun an investigation into Brand, alongside the BBC conducting their own one, while the Metropolitan Police have asked The Times and Channel 4 investigation for information about any alleged offences and urged any victims to come forward.

A domestic abuse charity has also cut ties with Brand alongside literacy agency Tavistock Wood.As part of the four claims against Brand, one woman alleged that the comedian raped her against a wall in his LA home, and went to be treated at a rape crisis centre on the same day.

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