Russell Brand accused of ripping holes in women’s tights and forcing sex act
Russell Brand is facing claims he forced a woman to commit a sex act after he ripped holes in her tights.
The comic, 48, has been accused by a number of women of offences ranging from rape to sexual and emotional abuse.
He has denied all the claims and said all his relationships have been consensual.
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Now another woman has come forward complaining about his behaviour. She claims she had consensual sex with Brand, left, which then turned into sexual domination. She told Sky News he pounced on her in a chauffeured limousine after she met him on a flight. She said: “He was aggressive and I felt very vulnerable and intimidated.
“The limo driver was turning around a few times because I was saying no, but he ripped a hole – more than one hole – in the tights that I was wearing.” She said she later had consensual sex with Brand at his house. But she claimed when she tried to leave Brand refused to call a taxi until she performed a sex act on him.
On Friday Brand again denied any wrongdoing, claiming he was the victim of a media conspiracy.
Taking to Instagram last night, he said: "Hello there you awakening wonders, obviously, it's been an extraordinary and distressing week and I thank you very much for your support and for questioning the information you've been presented with. By now, you're probably aware that the British government have asked big tech platforms to censor our online content.
"Some online platforms, have complied with that request. What you may not know is that this happens in the context of the Online Safety Bill – this is UK legislation that grants sweeping surveillance and censorship powers and is a law that has already been passed."
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Brand then compelled his listeners to refrain from trusting news sources, claiming they were trying to shut down Independent media organisations.
He added: "I also don't imagine that you've heard of the trusted news initiative and now, as often is the case when a word like trusted is used as part of an acronym to describe an unelected body, trust is the last thing you should be offering. The trusted news initiative is a collaboration between big tech and legacy media organisations to target, patrol, choke and shut down independent media organisations like this one."
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