Friday night Russell brand posted an alarming video on social media. In it, he attempted to anticipate what he called “extremely blatant and aggressive attacks” that he said were coming. Brand didn’t go into detail, but he said they were about his glory days when he admitted he was “very, very promiscuous.” However, he said the encounters were “absolutely, always consensual.”

On Saturday, details of these allegations were revealed.

By The Hollywood Reporterfour women formally accused Brand of sexually assaulting them between 2006 and 2013, in a joint investigative report from The Sunday Times, The TimesAnd Channel 4 Dispatches.

THR reports:

The first woman told media that Brand raped her against a wall in Los Angeles, where she was treated at a rape crisis center the same day. The investigation also revealed text messages between the woman and Brand. She sent him a message saying: “When a girl says[s] NO, that means no. The actor reportedly responded that he was “very sorry.”

Another woman alleged the comedian assaulted her when he was 31 and she was 16. She said he called her “the child” during their emotionally abusive and controlling relationship which lasted about three months. She claimed he “forced his penis down her throat” and made her choke, only stepping back when she punched him in the stomach.

A third woman told media that Brand sexually assaulted her while she worked with him in Los Angeles and said he threatened legal action if she went public with what happened. The fourth woman also alleged that the actor sexually assaulted her and was physically and emotionally abusive towards her.

In his pre-emptive video, Brand said he was “always transparent about [his past behavior] at the time – almost too transparent – ​​and I am now too.

Brand, which is leaning always on the right in recent years, he has also denied claims that he is a “conspiracy theorist” or “right-winger” – while claiming that these accusations were part of a concerted effort to silence him.

“I’m aware you’ve been saying in the comments for a while: ‘Watch out Russell, they’re coming for you.’ You’re getting too close to the truth. Russell Brand didn’t kill himself,” Brand said, without going into detail about what “truth” he was unearthing or who “they” were. “It’s clear to me, or at least it feels to me, that there is a serious, concerted agenda to control these kinds of spaces and these kinds of voices, and I mean my voice along with yours.”

(Via THR)

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