Russell Brand Once Interrogated By Cops Over Claims Of Assault

More chilling details have emerged relating to comedian Russell Brand, as a case from nine years ago reveals a previous allegation of sexual assault following an encounter with a masseuse. 

Also, one of Brand’s accusers wants the law changed to prevent people like the actor from having sexual activities with girls who are below 18.

The woman who was 16 while Brand was 31 when they dated said it should be a “criminal offense,” but added that ladies at that age should still be allowed to explore their sexuality.

Russell Brand Faced Similar Sexual Assault Allegations In The Past

Russell Brand Finally Speaks Out Amid Sexual Assault Allegations, Begs For 'Support' After Being Demonetized By YouTube

The recent accusations against Russell Brand aren’t surprising, given his previous encounter with the law over a sexual misconduct incident 2014.

According to a report, during that time, the comedian was questioned by police following a formal complaint from a woman who claimed she had been “touched sexually” when she came to his home to perform her masseuse job.

The woman had initially informed the authorities that she felt a lot of trauma due to the alleged incident, which she said lasted 40 minutes. She further stated that Brand gave her the agreed fee despite not massaging him, and he forcibly expelled her from his house because she protested.

On the other hand, the “Despicable Me 2” star vehemently denied the accusations. Ultimately, the case against him was dropped, seemingly due to insufficient evidence.

Russell Brand’s Accuser Wants The Law To Prevent Men In Their 30s From Having Sex With 16-Year-Olds

Underfire comedian Russell Brand , pictured here in 2010 in Edinburgh for a book signing for his second book "Booky Wooky 2". Allegations of rape and unwanted sexual behaviour have been levelled at Brand by the Sunday Times newspaper and Channel 4 Dispatch

Amid Brand’s troubles, one of his accusers has called for a change in the law to prevent men in their 30s from having sex with 16-year-old girls.

Known as Alice, the lady is one of the four women who claimed that the actor assaulted them at the height of his fame in Hollywood.

She dated the actor when she was 16 and he was 31, and now feels that it should have been unlawful for him to have had sex with her at that age.

The now 33-year-old said, per The Sunday Times, “I believe 16 and 17-year-olds should be allowed to explore their sexuality without undue influence from much older people.”

She added, “There should be staged consent — a change to the law. The age of consent could stay at 16, but I think it would be reasonable to recommend that it be a criminal offense for a person over the age of 21 to engage in sexual activities with someone under 18.”

Another Woman Recalled A Chilling Encounter With The Comedian

Fans split about allegations against Russell Brand

Before Alice appeared in public, another woman had already come forward, alleging that Russell Brand had raped her at his Los Angeles residence.

Referred to as Nadia, she recounted to The Times that this incident occurred on the morning of July 1, 2012. After agreeing to meet him, she visited his home, but Brand suggested she participate in sexual activities with him and a friend waiting in his bedroom.

Nadia claimed that she declined his offer, but when she attempted to leave, Brand pushed her against a wall, tugged at her underwear, and moved it aside.

“He’s a lot taller than me. And he has that glazed look in his eye again. And I can’t move. And I told him, ‘Get off, get off,’” she told the publication.

The actor allegedly turned a deaf ear to her request and proceeded to rape her against a wall without a condom.

Russell Brand Thanks Fans For Their Support

Russell Brand Finally Speaks Out Amid Sexual Assault Allegations, Begs For 'Support' After Being Demonetized By YouTube
Instagram | Russell Brand

Since the recent accusations started to swirl, Brand has faced backlash from different corners, leading to his online platforms being demonetized.

However, it appears that the actor is taking it all in stride, as he recently posted a clip of himself on Instagram thanking his fans for their support amid his troubles.

In the video, he claimed that the British government was working with big tech platforms to censor his online content. He described it as a malicious act “to target, control, choke and shut down independent media organizations.”

Meanwhile, he had posted a video where he said all his sexual interactions with his accusers were consensual.

“Now, during that time of promiscuity, the relationships I had were always consensual,” he stated. “I was always transparent about that then, almost too transparent, and I am being transparent about it now as well.”

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