Daniel Sloss Supports Sexual Assault Allegations in Russell Brand Documentary

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Stand-up comedian Daniel Sloss has come out in favor of rape and sexual assault charges in the Russell Brand documentary.

Channel 4 and the Times published a joint investigation on Brand on Saturday, accusing him of rape, sexual assault, and emotional abuse. The team interviewed five women about their experiences. The reported incidents allegedly occurred between 2006 and 2013. During this period, Brand was a BBC Radio 2 and Channel 4 presenter, as well as a star in multiple Hollywood films. The Times and Dispatches have been investigating Brand’s “treatment of women” for a year.

Brand has denied all accusations.

Sloss was the only person in the documentary whose identity was not concealed. While working in the comedy profession, the Scottish comic claimed to have heard about Brand’s behavior. He said that female comedians formed message groups to discuss who to avoid in the profession, and Brand was one of the names cited.

Speaking in the documentary, Sloss said, “I know for many, many years that women have been warning each other about Russell. I’m stood in bars with agents, promoters, channel commissioners and I’m hearing these allegations and rumors with Russell in the same room, and later on he would be on a movie, on a television show, he would be hosting something. He was still being employed.”

Some have shared videos from Sloss’ earlier stand-up act in which he admits having a friend whose behavior toward women he “ignored.”

One of the allegations raised during the investigation was that crew members at Channel 4 felt as if they were being led into a difficult situation. This came to light after accusations that Brand had singled out women in the audience of a Big Brother spin-off show, expressing a desire to pursue sexual encounters with them.



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