London, UK - YouTube announced today that Russell Brand's account on the video streaming site will no longer generate revenue due to multiple allegations of sexual assault made against the comedian-turned-influencer.

The allegations came to light through a Channel 4 documentary and reports by The Times and Sunday Times newspapers. Four women, whose identities have not been disclosed, have accused Brand of sexual assault. One of the accusers claims to have been assaulted during a relationship with Brand when she was 16, while another states that Brand raped her in Los Angeles in 2012.

These allegations span from 2006 to 2013, and London's Metropolitan Police force has now received a report of a separate sexual assault dating back to 2003.

Amidst these accusations, promoters have decided to postpone the remaining dates of Brand's live gigs. The comedian vehemently denies all allegations.

Despite the controversy, Brand has continued his comedy tour, performing to large audiences. However, the rest of his tour has now been postponed, including the scheduled performance in Windsor, west of London.

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