Russell Brand YouTube Channel Monetization Suspended for ‘Violating Creator Responsibility Policy’

Google-owned YouTube has suspended advertisements on videos by comedian and actor Russell Brand after allegations of rape and sexual assault.
YouTube said it had suspended the monetization of Brand’s channel for “violating our Creator Responsibility policy,” adding that the action was in order to “protect” its users.
“If a creator’s off-platform behaviour harms our users,…

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