Russell Brand accused of rape and sexual assault

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  • He seems a particularly objectionable character:

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    In 2008, Brand, who was then 33, and presenter Jonathan Ross left a series of lewd and inappropriate messages on the answerphone of now late Fawlty Towers actor Andrew Sachs about a romantic encounter Brand had supposedly had with his granddaughter Georgina Baillie, who is 10 years his junior.

    Russell Brand accused of rape and sexual assault
    The comedian and actor denies allegations about his behaviour over a period of seven years - and performs a scheduled gig.
    www.bbc.com


    One of his videos.

  • We watched the Channel 4 documentary last night and yes, he is a self-confessed sex addict and he did take advantage of his celeb status to lure women from all walks of life both here and the US, mainly at his place of work or even from audiences.

    However, the relationships and the sex he had with these women appeared to be consensual, as they all admitted themselves. They wanted to be with him because of who he was.

    I have no doubt that he crossed the line with some of these women, but at the same time we both felt that the investigation and the documentary were hatchet jobs and character assassinations with a very clear agenda.

    As a person, he comes over as a total prick, an arsehole who courts controversy simply for the publicity and maximum impact. Added to which he isn't even the slightest bit funny, so how he can even be described as a comedian is beyond me.

    His stage acts are largely about dicks, cum, blow jobs, shagging and demeaning women, not to mention his sexual prowess.

    I'd rather stab my eyes out or watch paint dry quite frankly, which begs the question: how did he ever become a star?

  • Then of course there’s the other salient point that if he were to face trial, the documentary surely of itself directly impacts on it being a fair one.

    So when you realise that, and when you realise that Channel 4 and The Times know that too, it strengthens the case for this being a baseless witch-hunt.