- Ebanie Bridges defended Russell Brand over sexual allegations
- The British comedian is the subject of a series of accusations.
- Brand has denied any wrongdoing and says he has evidence to refute the claims.
Ebanie Bridges has defended Russell Brand and believes the British comedian “deserves a second chance” amid a series of sexual allegations made against him.
Over the past two weeks, Brand, 48, has faced serious accusations from a series of women. He was accused of rape and sexual assault when four women made allegations to the Sunday Times and Channel 4’s Dispatches.
A host of other claims later emerged as the women told their stories to newspapers and the BBC. So far, at least ten have made public statements.
Scotland Yard and Thames Valley Police are investigating the allegations. The comedian has vigorously denied any wrongdoing and says he has evidence to refute the allegations. He called the claims a “mainstream media” conspiracy.
And Australian boxing beauty Bridges, 35, claimed the public are “taking the plunge” even though Brand is yet to have his day in court.
Australian boxer Ebanie Bridges defended British comedian Russell Brand
Brand, 48, has been accused of sexual offenses but strongly denies the allegations against him.
“It’s tough for Russell Brand because of his past,” said Bridges, the world bantamweight champion. paris.co.uk sites. “He admitted to sexual relations and drug addiction in the past. He admitted to treating women poorly in his books and audios.
“He is not anymore and he has changed his life, taking a step forward from the person he was before.
“I think everyone deserves a second chance at life and to improve themselves. But unfortunately, sometimes if you’ve done things in the past, they can come back and bite you.
“I can’t really judge him, but he should always be innocent until proven guilty.”
“That’s the way society is, sometimes they jump on the gun, but I hope it gets sorted out. It’s a bit like with all the drug testing and boxing, right? Everything the world jumps on you and tears you down.
In the latest allegation, the Mail has seen police reports claiming the woman accused him of being a “sexual predator”.
She lived near Brand and became friends with him in 2015, before they accused each other of harassment.
The police have reportedly already looked into his allegations and rejected them. The police are now re-examining the case.
Last week, Thames Valley Police said they had been contacted by the woman “with new information regarding allegations of harassment and stalking”.
Boxing world champion Bridges says Brand ‘deserves a second chance’
The Australian beauty has built a strong following among boxing fans since moving to the UK.
He added: “This information is subject to investigation so it would be inappropriate to comment on an ongoing investigation. »
Thames Valley Police cover Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, where Brand – now a self-styled lifestyle and political guru – lives with his family.
He moved to the area in 2015 and bought The Crown pub in the nearby village of Pishill in 2020.
The pub was “shut down” when the allegations came to light, with locals reporting the venue was enclosed by a fence and there were security guards inside and outside. But Brand was forced to remove the fence when South Oxfordshire District Council declared it “unauthorized” and launched a planning enforcement investigation.
The brand has been contacted for comment.