Russell Brand suggested a 15-year-old should throw a s*x-themed birthday party more than a decade before he was accused of rape and s****l a*sault.
In a resurfaced 2007 clip from his BBC radio show, “The Russell Brand Show,” the comedian gave inappropriate advice to a teenage girl who needed a theme for her 16th birthday party.
“I guess you’re 16, you can’t really drink alcohol or drugs yet because it’s illegal,” Brand said, by Channel 4 dispatcher.
“Now you will be legally allowed to have s****l partners,” he continued.
“I think you should theme the party around legal s*x.”
The “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” star also suggested the teen host a vampire-themed get-together to “increase the vibe of danger.”
He also brought up the idea of a masked ball, which he said was “erotic in its own way but in a way that was repressed and appropriate for a 16-year-old girl.”
Representatives for Brand did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Allegations of s****l a*sault and emotional abuse against Brand came to light on Saturday after several women – who chose to remain anonymous – spoke out in an expose published by the Sunday Times and Channel 4 Dispatches film, ‘Russell Brand : In Plain Sight.
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The women claimed the incidents took place between 2006 and 2013, with one saying she was just 16 when she had an “emotionally abusive and controlling” relationship with the actor, who was 31 at the time.
She accused Brand of s****lly a*saulting her by shoving “his penis down her throat” to the point of choking.
A second accuser claimed Brand raped her “against a wall” at his Los Angeles home in 2012 – five months after he finalized his divorce from Katy Perry.
A third accuser claimed the British comedian-turned-influencer once tried to a*sault her while he was naked and she was fully clothed.
“I saw something pa*s over his eyes, I swear to God, like black, his eyes no longer had any color, they were black, like the devil. Like a different person was literally entering his body,” she told the Sunday Times.
Meanwhile, the “Get Him to the Geek” star vehemently denied the “litany of blatant and aggressive attacks.”
“These allegations relate to the time when I was working in the mainstream, when I was in newspapers all the time, when I was in the movies, and as I’ve written a lot in my books, I was very, very promiscuous,” he said in a video posted on Instagram.
Brand further claimed that all of his relationships during this period were “absolutely, always consensual.”
“I was always transparent about this back then…and seeing that transparency metastasize into something criminal, which I absolutely deny, makes me wonder: Is there another agenda at play? he added.
Since the allegations surfaced, Brand has been dropped by his talent agency and his book deal has been suspended. He was also suspended from making money on YouTube.
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-330-0226.