The comedian and TV presenter says all of his sexual relationships have been consensual.
Channel 4 and the BBC are among the broadcasters and production companies investigating allegations against Russell Brand.
The comedian and TV presenter has been accused of rape and sexual assault by four women between 2006 and 2013.
The allegations featured in a joint investigation by The Sunday Times and Channel 4 'Dispatches', which aired over the weekend.
Mr. Brand has responded saying all of his sexual relationships have been consensual.
Anne Clarke, Development Manager of Offaly Domestic Violence Support Service was speaking with Will Faulkner on Midlands Today about Mr Brands characteristics:
This woman, voiced by an actor, told Dispatches that she was attacked while still at school:
Columnist with the Telegraph, Suzanne Moore says questions also need to be asked of those who he worked with during the time in question:
Police in Britain say they've had no reports of offences in connection with a documentary, detailing claims of rape and sexual assault - but are encouraging victims of crime to come forward.
Journalist Charlotte Griffiths met him in the 2000s.