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Russell Brand records video denying ‘serious allegations’ ahead of mystery Channel 4 Dispatches investigation set to air today


Russell Brand records video denying ‘serious allegations’ ahead of mysterious Channel 4 Dispatches investigation to air today

Russell Brand used his YouTube channel to “absolutely deny” what he called “serious allegations” ahead of a mysterious Channel 4 Dispatches investigation.

The highly anticipated show is set to air on Saturday evening, with speculation growing over who or what could be at the center of the investigation.

Rumors on Friday suggested the show would be about a number of celebrities and would be potentially damaging.

The comedian, actor and internet personality told his viewers that there were “serious allegations” made against him that he “absolutely denies.”

Brand said he had received two “extremely disturbing letters” from a “mainstream television company” and a newspaper.

The letters list “a litany of extremely blatant and aggressive attacks, as well as some pretty stupid things like community festivals that should be stopped, and I should not be able to attack mainstream media narratives on this channel,” Brand said .

Russell Brand used his YouTube channel to “absolutely deny” what he called “serious allegations” ahead of a mysterious Channel 4 Dispatches investigation.

“But in the middle of this litany of astonishing, somewhat baroque attacks, often very serious allegations that I absolutely refute,” he continued.

“These allegations relate to the time when I was working in the mainstream, when I was in newspapers all the time, when I was in the movies. And as I’ve written a lot in my books, I was very, very promiscuous.

He went on to say that the relationships he had during this time were “always consensual.”

“I have always been transparent about it. Then it was almost too transparent, and I am too now,” he said.

“And seeing this transparency metastasized into something criminal that I absolutely deny makes me wonder: Is there another agenda at play? Particularly when we have already seen coordinated media attacks, like that of Joe Rogan, when he dared to take a drug that the mainstream media did not approve of, and we have seen a series of headlines from the world’s media whole using the same language. .’

Brand’s statement comes amid rumors on social media about whether a scandal involving a famous person could feature in the investigation released today.

Channel 4’s TV guide simply lists the highly anticipated program as “New: Dispatches Special”. A special 90-minute news investigation.”

A link to the program page displays a message saying: “This page could not be found. Either the address is incorrect or the page is no longer available.’

The Radio Times magazine also had the show in its schedule this week, with the description: “Dispatches – Investigative series covering issues relating to British society, politics, international news, health, to religion and the environment.

The program is due to end at 10.30pm, but will also be rebroadcast on Channel 4 on Sunday at 10.50pm and on Monday on its sister channel 4seven at 9pm.

Among those who posted an image on quickly delete the message.

The Channel 4 News presenter and the Strictly star’s message fueled more speculation about the 90-minute special. He tweeted a photo from the program with the caption: “Something is happening” before deleting it about an hour later.

Sources close to Mr Guru-Murthy, 53, who has worked for Channel 4 for 25 years, said he was asked to remove it because the nature of the program was “sensitive”.

Channel 4 has not yet responded to MailOnline’s request for comment today.

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