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YouTube Suspends Ads On Russell Brand’s Channel After Rape & Sexual Assault Allegations

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YouTube has suspended revenue on Russell Brand’s channel after the British comedian was accused of rape and sexual assault.

YouTube said it had stopped “monetisation” on Brand’s platform because he had violated the company’s “creator responsibility policy.” Brand denies criminal wrongdoing. “If a creator’s off-platform behaviour harms our users, employees or ecosystem, we take action to protect the community,” a YouTube spokesperson said.

Brand has 6.6M subscribers on YouTube and his videos regularly get millions of views. A recent interview with Tucker Carlson has been watched 2.5M times.

His content will remain on YouTube, but he will no longer be able to make money from the videos, which lean heavily into internet conspiracies about politics, Covid, and UFOs.

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