YouTube suspends Russell Brand’s revenues from his channel

Google-owned company says move is due to it ‘violating our creator responsibility policy’

YouTube has suspended Russell Brand’s revenues from his channel on the platform following allegations of rape and sexual assault in a massive hit to his finances.

The video-sharing and social media site said it had suspended Brand’s channel from the YouTube Partner Program following serious allegations against him, meaning his videos are no longer able to monetise on the platform.

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