Russell Brand is quizzed by police over ‘further’ alleged sex offences

Reports claim that Russell Brand has been further interviewed over historical sexual offences. The Metropolitan Police released a statement claiming that a man was recently “interviewed under caution”.

The territorial police force claimed: “A man in his 40s attended a police station in south London on Thursday, 14 December for a second time. He was interviewed under caution by detectives in relation to a further six non-recent sexual offences.

“The same man previously attended a police station on Thursday, 16 November for questioning.” Officials claim that the man is now being “questioned in relation to nine alleged offences” and that enquiries continue.

However, the Scotland Yard representative added that they will not “identify any person who may, or may not, be subject to an investigation”. The statement concluded: “Being given this statement is not a confirmation of any name or profession the media may attribute, or wish to attribute.”

In September, The Sunday Times, The Times and Channel 4 Dispatches revealed that sexual assault and rape allegations had been brought against the wellness guru. However, prior to the investigation going live, the 48-year-old posted a video to his YouTube channel to deny all allegations.

He has also vehemently denied allegations of controlling and abusive behaviour, and claimed that his relationships have always been consensual.

Four women made allegations against the Get Him to the Greek actor pertaining to a period between 2006 and 2013.

During that time, he was employed by the BBC, working on Channel 4’s Big Brother spin-off show Big Brother’s Big Mouth, and acting in various Hollywood movies.

The BBC has previously launched an investigation into the behaviour of Russell.

The star worked on Radio 2 and 6 Music between 2006 and 2008. has contacted Russell Brand for further comment,

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