Unearthed interview shows Russell Brand telling uncomfortable host he would have sex with her corpse and making crude joke about bedding Adolf Hitler as he faces ongoing sexual abuse storm

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  • DailyMail.com unearthed a 2008 interview with Russell Brand where he makes crude jokes about having sex with a corpse 
  • In the interview, he tells actress Carrie Keagan, ‘If you had an asthma attack now and keeled over, I would take advantage. I would decorate your corpse’
  • Brand now faces rape and sexual abuse allegations from four women, including a woman who was 16 years old when she claims he sexually assaulted her

Russell Brand jokes about bedding Adolf Hitler and having sex with a corpse in the latest revolting clip to resurface in the wake of his ongoing sexual abuse storm, DailyMail.com can reveal.

The disgraced comedian kicks off the repugnant 2008 interview with actress Carrie Keagan by telling her she looks like a hooker and that he would sleep with her even if she were dead.

‘If you had an asthma attack now and keeled over, I would take advantage. I would decorate your corpse,’ crows Brand, 48, leering at his blonde host’s low-cut dress.

Warming to his sleazy theme, the embattled comic turned political activist shockingly adds: ‘If I had to, I would sleep with Hitler to get to you.

‘I’ve trawled through an endless stream of human flesh only for this climactic moment. I have committed genocide with my c**k to make you c*m.’

DailyMail.com unearthed a 2008 interview with Russell Brand where he makes crude jokes about having sex with a corpse

DailyMail.com unearthed a 2008 interview with Russell Brand where he makes crude jokes about having sex with a corpse

In the interview, he tells actress Carrie Keagan, 'If you had an asthma attack now and keeled over, I would take advantage. I would decorate your corpse'

In the interview, he tells actress Carrie Keagan, ‘If you had an asthma attack now and keeled over, I would take advantage. I would decorate your corpse’

‘There’s nothing I wouldn’t do to you. You strike me as an adventure playground for my c**k,’ Brand tells Keagan 

Brand was at the height of his fame when he appeared on No Good TV to promote noughties romcom, Forgetting Sarah Marshall.

Today he’s facing rape and sexual abuse allegations from four women, including a woman who was 16 years old when she claims he sexually assaulted her.

Brand has robustly denied the accusations that were revealed in a joint investigation by The (UK) Times, The Sunday Times and Channel 4’s Dispatches, insisting his numerous trysts were ‘always consensual’.

The recovering drug addict was back on air Monday, accusing the British government of censorship and attacking YouTube for demonetizing him in a new episode of his weekly podcast.

But even as the My Booky Wook author launched his fightback, London’s Metropolitan Police revealed in a statement that it was looking into a ‘number of allegations of sexual offenses’, all said to be ‘non recent’.

As the sexual abuse accusations continue to swirl, twice-married Brand is facing scrutiny for outrageous comments made during his stand-up shows and TV interviews.

Singer Katherine McPhee was seen in 2013 bouncing up and down on Brand’s lap during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

In another 2013 clip he called Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinski a ‘shaft grasper’, referring to the way she was holding her water bottle, prompting the flustered host to cut to a commercial break.

Singer Katherine McPhee was seen in 2013 bouncing up and down on Brand's lap during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

Singer Katherine McPhee was seen in 2013 bouncing up and down on Brand’s lap during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon 

The latest footage to heap pressure on the embattled funnyman is from a May 8, 2008 episode of No Good TV, which boasts of landing ‘raw, real and uncensored interviews with the biggest stars’.

He starts by asking former Celebrity Apprentice star and Fox News panelist Keagan if the show is porn.

‘Why do you look that way?’ he asks Keagan, who is wearing a low-cut brown dress. ‘How come you’ve turned up here dressed in that fashion.’

‘If you dress like a hooker people will treat you like a hooker and I haven’t got any money on me,’ Brand goes on, eliciting giggles from Keagan.

‘Normally I don’t pay for sex except for morally and spiritually. Right? But in your case, I’ll make an erection. I mean exception.’

The raunchy exchange sets the tone as Brand makes non-sex stop sexual remarks and innuendoes for the remainder of the seven-minute chat which has been viewed more than two million times on YouTube.

‘There’s nothing I wouldn’t do to you. You strike me as an adventure playground for my c**k,’ he tells Keagan.

‘You are the reason I went through puberty for women like you.’

Unleashing another gross rant, Brand says: ‘Do you think Colonel Sanders invented that sauce?

‘He just waited around for people to have free sex with each other. He gathered up the sputum and he stuck it on chicken and sold it to poor people.’

Keagan attempts to steer the chat back towards the movie, but Brand breezily insists: 'Being good at sex ¿ this what I do for a living'

Keagan attempts to steer the chat back towards the movie, but Brand breezily insists: ‘Being good at sex – this what I do for a living’

Russell has been accused of rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse by four women. Alice (pictured) alleges Russell sexually assaulted her when she was 16 years old

Russell has been accused of rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse by four women. Alice (pictured) alleges Russell sexually assaulted her when she was 16 years old

Even as Keagan steers the chat back towards the movie, Brand breezily insists: ‘Being good at sex – this what I do for a living.

‘The comedy’s very much a front for my sexual antics. I only do that to facilitate opportunities like this.

‘Opportunities that I’m not gonna let slip through my fingers. Although you will slip through my fingers over the course of the next few hours.

‘When I make bells ring in your stomach. When I make your eyes dance like fire, when I make you forget your name, which I’ll never do.’

As his host cackles with laughter, Brand breaks into verse: ‘Carrie, Carrie, Carrie, a word that rhymes with marry.

‘But why worry? Why bother? Why should we take conjugal rights when we could have marital nights, coital fireworks, dancing between our thighs?

‘Let me be shipwrecked with you. Let me be a pirate king. Let us dance sub-aquatically. Let us lose our identities in a glorious union. Our two nations aren’t so different.

‘If we can attack Iraq, let’s attack back. Let’s open each other up. Let’s orgasm, let’s spasm, let’s fire. Why deny?’

Keagan quips: ‘Can you attack this rack?’

Brand lashed out at 'aggressive' media claims as he insisted any relationships he had 'during his time of promiscuity' were 'consensual' in a 2min 45sec monologue

Brand lashed out at ‘aggressive’ media claims as he insisted any relationships he had ‘during his time of promiscuity’ were ‘consensual’ in a 2min 45sec monologue

The shocking allegations against Brand, said to have occurred between 2003 and 2013, include rape  at his home in Los Angeles and sexual assault of a 16-year-old schoolgirl.

More women have reportedly come forward with accusations since then, prompting British police to begin investigating an alleged sexual assault in London’s Soho in 2003.

The scandal has seen Brand’s PR firm MBC PR and talent agency Tavistock Wood remove him from their websites, while his publisher Bluebird suspended their relationship with the comic.

He has denied all the accusations, however, claiming his relationships have all been consensual. He says the claims are part of a vendetta against him by the ‘mainstream’.

On Monday Brand streamed a new show on the Rumble video network, which bills itself the ‘free speech alternative’ to YouTube and has thus far refused to demonetize or censor his weekly anti-corporatism podcast that boasts 1.6 million followers.

He opened with a trademark monologue taking aim at censorship, cancel culture and the menace of the ‘global media’.

‘We are going to be telling you the truth. We are going to be talking about the state and the legacy media’s war on free speech. And, in particular, how that has affected me this week,’ Brand said.

‘We are going to continue to do on this channel what we’ve always done [which is] tell you the truth as best we can.’




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