- Rumble’s CEO Chris Pavlovski responded to a letter from a committee chair in the United Kingdom parliament, who asked if Russell Brand will be able to continue making money on the platform following explosive accusations of sexual impropriety against Brand, according to a statement posted to Rumble’s Twitter.
- “While Rumble obviously deplores sexual assault, rape, and all serious crimes, and believes that both alleged victims and the accused are entitled to a full and serious investigation, it is vital to note that recent allegations against Russell Brand have nothing to do with content on Rumble’s platform,” Pavlovski said.
- Pavlovski’s words come in response to a letter Caroline Dinenage, the U.K.’s Chair of Culture, Media and Sports Committee, sent him.
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