YouTube has taken a significant step by suspending the monetization of Russell Brand’s channels due to alleged violations of its “creator responsibility policy.” The move is seen as a means to safeguard its user community.

In a parallel development, the BBC has also responded to the situation by removing several programs featuring the comedian and actor from its streaming services.

These actions come in the wake of serious allegations made against Russell Brand, implicating him in rape and sexual assaults said to have occurred between 2006 and 2013. It’s important to note that Russell Brand firmly denies these claims, asserting that all his relationships during that period were consensual.