Inside Russell Brand’s $31 Million Net Worth

The comedian, who denies serious new accusations against him, is fond of luxury cars and has at least two beautiful homes.

Russell Brand has broken his silence on the “serious allegations” ahead of a mysterious TV investigation.

Brand, 48, is reportedly worth $31 million, and lives in a cottage in Oxfordshire worth $6.2 million with his pregnant wife, Laura, and their two children.

The approximately 400-square-foot property, which overlooks the Thames River, is equipped with a swimming pool and home theater, the New York Post reported.

A shocking report published by The Times of London this weekend featured allegations from four women against Brand, including one who claimed the comedian raped her.

Brand denied the allegations in a video posted on social media.

Russell Brand leaves the Troubadour Theater at Wembley Park in northwest London after performing a comedy set. Photo: Getty

He said the allegations were part of a “coordinated attack” by the media, and he had witnesses whose evidence “directly contradicted the narrative.”

He is also the proud owner of a luxury car collection, including a $108,000 Volvo XC90 and a $186,000 Jaguar F-TYPE.

According to The Richest, he also owns a $3.4 million home in the Hollywood Hills.

Brand and his current wife married in 2017.

Ex-wife Katy Perry did not have a prenuptial agreement and it is understood he did not ask her for compensation when their marriage ended 14 months later.

Reports indicate that the Roar singer earned six times more money than he did during their relationship.

Singer Katy Perry did not have a prenuptial agreement with Brand, but he did not ask her for compensation.

It comes as the talent agency that represented British comedian Russell Brand, Tavistock Wood, has cut ties with him, claiming they were “misled”.

“Russell Brand categorically and strongly denied the allegations made in 2020, but we now believe we were horribly misled by him,” the agency said in a statement to the Daily Mail. “TW has terminated all professional relationships with the brand.”

Brand went ahead with his concert at Wembley Park on Saturday night local time.

During the ceremony, he thanked the audience for their presence and standing with him.

“I really appreciate your support. I love you,” he said.

“I want to make you a great offer. “I have a lot of things to talk to you about. “Obviously there are some things I can never talk about – and I appreciate that you would understand.”

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