Russell Brand ‘worried’ in clip as body language guru spots two telling gestures

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    Russell Brand looks "unhappy and worried" in his video blasting the "deep state collusion" after being faced with alleged rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse allegations, a body language expert has revealed.

    The 48-year-old comedian vehemently denies claims made by a number of women and has said all his relationships have been consensual. The allegations were detailed in Channel 4 documentary Dispatches and The Times.

    After the investigation aired last weekend, Brand chose not to engage on social media and notably didn't resume his usual daily broadcasts on platforms like YouTube or Rumble after issuing his initial denial. However, he has since addressed the allegations presented in the documentary and denied all claims.

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    In the video, posted on Friday (September 22) on Instagram, Brand thanked fans for their support and compelled his listeners from trusting news sources and claimed they were training to shut down independent media organisations.

    After analysing the clip, celebrity psychic and body language expert Inbaal Honigman said: "In Russell Brand's video from September 22, 2023, he displays two huge body language clues that give us insight into his current mindset, following the recent accusations against him. First are his eyebrows. In this recent YouTube video, Russell's eyebrows are lowered throughout the majority of the three-minute clip, lower than we've ever seen them.

    "Previous videos of the former presenter, from any time in the past 20 years, show that his naturally heavy brows would rest low over his eyes anyway, but in almost all cases, his forehead playfully pulls the corners of his eyebrows upwards and outwards, giving them a 'triangle' appearance and opening his eyes wider.

    "Those usual triangle brows show that he's usually looking for attention, they're a 'look at me' gesture but in the September 22 video, Russell's eyebrows are flat and low throughout, rarely pulled upwards, and they're relatively lower than we usually see them. This means that while filming the video, Brand was feeling unhappy and worried."

    She continued: "When he raises his eyebrows occasionally during the video, they remain flat, not triangular, and Brand's expression is almost a frown. Another important clue is in his hands. Previous videos of the conspiracy theorist, during chat-show interviews or red carpet appearances, show his palms usually face his own body, which means he usually refers to himself.

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    "So in those old videos, he directs his hands usually towards himself, indicating that he is the most important person in the conversation. In the September 22 video his palms face his audience. It's a gesture of honesty, which says that he feels he's got nothing to hide.

    "It is also a sign of power and authority. He really believes in what he says, his hands tell us. And furthermore, he feels like he can tell his viewers anything and they'll listen to him. His gesture says 'please believe me'."

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    Brand went on to explain that he will be exploring this matter further on his show on Rumble this coming Monday (September 22) and declared that there is a war going on between several major trusted new providers and digital platforms.

    The Metropolitan Police on Monday (September 18) released a new statement stating they have now received a report of a sexual assault, which is alleged to have happened in London 20 years ago. Officers confirmed they are in contact with the woman.

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