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YouTube stops letting Russell Brand earn money on the platform


YouTube has blocked Russell Brand from making money from videos posted to his channel. As previously reported by He New York Times. The decision to demonetize Brand’s account comes just days after several reports emerged detailing sexual assault allegations against the actor.

While Brand has become known for his career as an actor and comedian, he has also amassed a large following on YouTube, with over 62 million subscribers. Many of his most recent videos focus on popular conspiracy theories, some of which spread misinformation about Covid vaccines and the war between Russia and Ukraine.

When YouTube demonetizes a channel, it will no longer show ads on the videos, preventing the creator from making money. YouTube Jack Malon account The edge suspended Brand from monetizing his videos for violating YouTube’s creator responsibility policy, adding: “If a creator’s behavior off the platform harms our users, employees or ecosystem, we take action to protect the community.” YouTube did not immediately respond to The edgeRequest for comments.

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