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Russell Brand’s ad revenue on YouTube has been suspended.

Russell Brand’s channels have been barred from collecting money from advertisements on YouTube for “violating” the platform’s “creator responsibility policy.”

The video platform stated that it was acting “to protect” its consumers.

Meanwhile, the BBC announced that it has pulled several of the comedian and actor’s shows from its streaming sites.

Between 2006 and 2013, he was accused of rape and sexual assault. He disputes the allegations, claiming that his interactions were “always consensual.”

The BBC said it had removed certain content from iPlayer and BBC Sounds that “now falls short of public expectations.”

A YouTube representative said earlier on Tuesday, “If a creator’s off-platform behavior harms our users, employees, or ecosystem, we take action.”

In recent years, the former TV and radio personality has redefined himself, producing regular videos to his 6.6 million subscribers about spirituality, anti-establishment politics, and, most recently, UFOs. He also has accounts on Instagram, X (previously Twitter), and Rumble.


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