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Russell Brand has disputed what he called criminal claims in the run-up to the publication of a mysterious Dispatches documentary.

Mr Brand refuted "serious allegations" made against him in a video posted on his YouTube channel and X (Twitter) profiles captioned "This is happening.

"Mr Brand claimed he got a "extremely disturbing" letter and email from a major media 

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TV firm and newspaper in which he was subjected to "a litany of extremely egregious" assaults.

Mr Brand went on to deny the charges, claiming that it appeared to be a "coordinated attack.

"Elon Musk, the owner of X, praised the UK star, appearing to condone Brand's attack on the mainstream media.

"Of course," she says. They dislike competition," Musk responded.

"I don't mind them using my books and my stand-up to talk about my promiscuous, consensual behavior in the past," Brand stated on his YouTube channel.

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