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Russell Brand's Oxfordshire residence flooded as River Thames overflows

Flooding hits Russell Brand's luxury home amidst ongoing investigation into rape allegations

By Web Desk
February 29, 2024

Russell Brand's £3.3 million estate in Oxfordshire has fallen victim to flooding as heavy rainfall caused the River Thames to overflow its banks. 

The controversial comedian, who has been spending time at his countryside retreat in recent months, has faced police questioning twice regarding allegations of rape.

Images of Brand's mansion depict the property surrounded by water following the recent downpour, reminiscent of a similar incident just a year ago when inclement weather posed a threat to his home. 

Fortunately, his residence seems to be situated at a higher elevation compared to the partially submerged garden, providing some level of protection against the rising waters. 

Last October, he found himself embroiled in serious allegations, including rape and sexual assault, as several women came forward with their accusations to media outlets such as the Sunday Times, Channel 4's Dispatches program, and various newspapers, as well as the BBC.

The comedian has denied any wrongdoing and asserts that he possesses evidence to refute the allegations, dismissing them as part of a conspiracy orchestrated by the 'mainstream media.'

Russell who has consistently maintained that his relationships were consensual, has enlisted the legal services of a prominent attorney known for representing Prince Andrew in high-profile cases.