Russell Brand allegedly participated in grooming techniques, according to one of his alleged victims.
In a Channel 4 special programme of Dispatches aired in a joint investigation with The Times, the actor and comedian, 48, was accused of rape, sexual assault, and physical abuse.
Brand, who disputed the’very serious claims’ in a video posted on Friday night, has been accused by many women, one of whom said she was 16 at the time.
She claims, while remaining nameless in the exposé, that Brand referred to her as his “little dolly” and “child.”
She alleges he contacted her after a shopping excursion, pulled out one of her outfits, and encouraged her to wear it on their date, prompting her to confirm her age.
After telling him she was a virgin, ‘Alice’ alleges that ‘he got an erection straight away’ and claims: ‘He was like, “Oh my God, my baby, my baby”, and picked me up and cradled me in his arms like a child and was stroking my hair. He’s like, “You’re like my little dolly.”‘
‘Russell engaged in the behaviours of a groomer, looking back on it I didn’t even know what it was then or what it looked like,’ she claims in the documentary.
Alice adds that Brand ‘taught’ her to ‘lie’ to her parents.
At one point, she claims that after they had sex, ‘one of his friends came round to the house, they both drove me to the tube station, I felt like a little kid being dropped off somewhere, he reached his hand behind the car seat and was holding my hand like my mum does.’
‘I felt like a little kid,’ she adds.
Alice also claims in the report by The Times that she was sexually assaulted by Brand.
She alleges: ‘I was sat up in the bed up against the headboard, and he forced his penis down my throat and I couldn’t breathe.
‘It was just choking me and I couldn’t breathe, and I was pushing him away and he wasn’t backing off at all.’
She claims to have punched him ‘to get him off’ and was crying, to which he is alleged to have said: ‘Oh I only wanted to see your mascara run anyway.’
‘I knew at that point that he didn’t care about hurting me physically or emotionally,’ Alice says.
She goes on to say that she was ‘stuck’ beneath him after he reportedly got on top of her and drooled into her lips.
‘He held my mouth shut and made me swallow it and so I was just gagging and crying,’ she claims.
Their romance ended when Alice was invited to his residence and discovered another lady in his bed, according to her.
The shocking exposé shows four alleged victims who claim Brand molested them from 2006 to 2013.
One says the St Trinian’s actor raped her up against a wall at his home in Los Angeles and he later apologised over text after she told him: ‘When a girl say[s] no it means no.’
A third woman alleges Brand threatened her with legal action if she informed anybody about him allegedly sexually abusing her while she worked for him in Los Angeles.
Another woman told the newspaper that Brand ‘forced a finger inside of her’ after growing enraged when she spoke to an ex-boyfriend.
She claims he also forced her to brush her teeth so hard and make her gums bleed so she would taste ‘anonymous’ to him, it is alleged.
On Friday night, Brand said he had been approached by a mainstream TV network and a mainstream newspaper with ‘extremely disturbing’ correspondence listing ‘a litany of extremely egregious and aggressive attacks.’
Amid some ‘stupid stuff’ in the correspondence, including, he said, that he ‘shouldn’t be able to attack mainstream media narratives,’ were ‘some very serious allegations that I absolutely refute.’
Brand said: ‘These allegations pertain to the time when I was working in the mainstream, when I was in the newspapers all the time, when I was in the movies.
‘As I’ve written about extensively in my book, I was very, very promiscuous. Now during that time of promiscuity, the relationships that I had were absolutely always consensual. I was always transparent about that then, almost too transparent, and I’m being transparent about it now as well.
‘And to see that transparency metastasise into something criminal that I absolutely deny makes me question is there another agenda at play.’
He said there had been ‘coordinated media attacks’ in the past against people like controversial podcast host Joe Rogan, and that he himself had previously been labelled a conspiracy theorist.
Brand went on to claim media outlets had been trying to contact people he knows ‘for ages and ages,’ but ‘what I seriously refute are these very, very serious criminal allegations.’
He claimed he had ‘witnesses whose evidence directly contradicts the narratives that these two mainstream media outlets are trying to construct, apparently in what seems to me to be a coordinated attack.’
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‘Now, I don’t want to get into this any further because of the serious nature of the allegations, but I feel like I’m being attacked and plainly they are working very closely together.
‘We are obviously going to look into this matter because it’s very, very serious.’
Channel 4’s Dispatches special, Russell Brand: In Plain Sight
Source My Celebrity Life.