Russell Brand Faces Further Questioning by Police Over Alleged Historical Sex Offenses Amid Ongoing Investigations

Ongoing Investigations into Russell Brand

Comedian-turned-wellness guru Russell Brand has faced repeated questioning by detectives investigating ‘further’ alleged historical sex offences. The Metropolitan Police revealed that Brand, 48, attended a south London police station for the second time in connection with six additional non-recent sexual offence allegations.

Previous Allegations and Denials

This development follows earlier questioning where Brand was interviewed under caution regarding three ‘non-recent’ alleged sexual offences. In September, he was accused of rape, assault, and emotional abuse spanning from 2006 to 2013 during his peak fame years while working for BBC, Channel 4, and Hollywood.

Denials and Police Statements

Brand has vehemently denied all accusations, including claims of controlling, abusive, and predatory behavior. The Metropolitan Police released a statement confirming the recent interview of the man in his 40s regarding these new allegations.

Channel 4 and BBC Investigations

The investigations span Brand’s tenure on Channel 4’s Efourum, Big Brother’s Big Mouth, and his work for the BBC on Radio 2 and Radio 6 Music between 2006 and 2008. Both Channel 4 and the BBC have initiated internal reviews into Brand’s conduct, aligning with the allegations’ timeline during his prominent broadcasting and Hollywood career.

Ongoing Reviews and Investigations

While Channel 4 is close to concluding its internal investigation, the BBC’s review into Brand’s behavior during his employment period is ongoing. The claims and inquiries have resurfaced concerning the alleged events during Brand’s highly visible years across various media platforms.

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