Russell Brand claims LIVE: More women reveal allegations

Russell Brand news LIVE: Sex allegations against star are probed as his father defends him and more women reveal accusations

'You completely broke me down': Russell Brand accuser reveals the letter she wrote to the comedian after he allegedly raped her against a wall in his Los Angeles home

A woman who alleges she was raped by Russell Brand against a wall in his Los Angeles home wrote a letter to the comedian telling him: ‘You completely broke me down’.

The alleged attack is one of multiple claims from women accusing him of abusive and predatory behaviour, including rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse, between 2006 and 2013.

Brand 'absolutely denies' the allegations and insists all his relationships have been consensual.

The businesswoman, who The Times have called Nadia to protect her identity, told the publication she has spoken out after being enraged he has cultivated a new image as a wellness influencer when ‘I know the demon underneath.’

Nadia, who alleges Brand raped her without a condom when she went to his LA home in July 2012, said she wrote the star a letter to him after contemplating, and ultimately deciding against, criminal or civil proceedings.

More women come forward to accuse Russell Brand after sex allegations as BBC launches 'urgent' probe

After Russell Brand was hit with accusations of rape and sexual assault, more women have come forward with allegations about how he has treated them, it has emerged.

The Times and Sunday Times claim ‘several women’ have come forward with undisclosed allegations about Brand’s behaviour during the early 2000s in wake of their joint investigation with Channel 4 which was published on Saturday.

The latest allegations – which the newspaper says have not been investigated, but will now be ‘rigorously checked’ – follow accusations from four women, including one who claims she was sexually assaulted by Brand during a three-month relationship with him when she was 16 and still at school.

The BBC is now also facing ‘urgent questions’ after it was claimed that Brand, 48, used his company-provided car service to pick the girl up from school.

Russell Brand's father, 80, furiously defends his son against rape and sex assault allegations

Russell Brand’s father today defended his son against claims he abused women for years, calling them ‘unproven’ and declaring: ‘Is this seriously the most important thing happening in this world?’.

Ron Brand, 80, is the man the star credits for super-charging his ‘rapacious’ sex addiction after he lost his virginity to a prostitute paid for by his father who was sleeping with two more women in a neighbouring bed in Hong Kong.

Brand Sr has today hit out at ‘unproven’ allegations about his son, and suggested that dark forces including the BBC are pursuing a ‘vendetta’ against him, as more women came forward to accuse him of abuse.

He said: ‘Is this seriously the most important thing happening in this world? Immigrants? Cost of living? 10s of thousands killed in Ukraine? Who is prioritising at BBC News. Who is really driving this vendetta?’.

He added: ‘With many struggling to pay bills. The unproven accusations of 15 years ago take lead on BBC News?’.

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