Russell Brand dispatches: Katy Perry and Sean Lock clips resurface in light of

Russell Brand awkward interview moments

Resurfaced clips of Katy Perry and Sean Lock have resurfaced in light of allegations against Russell Brand.

Footage shows the moment US singer Perry was dumped by Brand by text message in 2011, following their 14 month marriage.

And the late comedian Lock shared the reason he hated Brand in a clip from panel show 8 Out Of 10 Cats in 2014. Lock explained he had a ‘fear’ his daughters would bring home a man like Brand one day.

Presenter Vanessa Feltz has also shared “deeply offensive” footage of Brand asking to sleep with her and her daughters when she appeared on his chat show in 2006.

It comes as YouTube announced it was preventing Brand from earning money from his channel as investigation into allegations of sexual assault and rape continue.

Brand has vehemently denied the “very serious criminal allegations” and said his relationships were “absolutely always consensual”.

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Michael Barrymore appears to lend support to Brand ‘This is what they do…’ on his denial video

Michael Barrymore, who was engulfed in his own scandal when a man drowned in his swimming pool at a party in his home, has seemingly lent his support to underfire Russell Brand.

Re-sharing a denial video, where Brand labelled the allegations a “coordinated media attack’, Barrymore cryptically added: “This is what they do…”

The 71-year-old’s former Blankety Blank presenter’s comment were published before the sexual assault allegations were made published by The Sunday Times and Dispatches.

Barrymore joins other celebs including Elon Musk, Andrew Tate and Laurence Fox, who all appear to come out in support of the troubled comic.

Barney Davis19 September 2023 10:46


Ben Shapiro moves to defend ‘mainstream media’s attack’ on ‘friend’ Russell Brand

Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro moved to defend his “friend” Russell Brand has been targeted by mainstream media and dismisses allegations as “he said, she said” to his six million followers.

He posted a video on X saying: “Russell Brand, a person I consider a friend, has been accused of rape, sexual assault, and abuse between 2006 to 2013 in a supposed “exposé” from the Sunday Times in the U.K.

“I didn’t know Russell during that time, but the media did. They knew that Russell Brand was not only promiscuous but incredibly vile in the sorts of things that he said publicly about sex and about women, and yet the media were championing him.

“Ten years later, when Russell has fixed his life, he gets a full scale exposé about all of the allegations made by these women.”

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Barney Davis19 September 2023 10:27


Andrews Sachs’ granddaughter: I don’t see Russell Brand as a rapist, he was always nice to me

Georgina Baillie, the woman at the centre of the Sachsgate…

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