YouTube has suspended monetization of Russell Brand's channel following sexual assault and rape accusations against the British comedian.
The suspension means advertisements will not be shown on Brand's channel, cutting off his revenue stream from the platform.
Brand, with over 6 million YouTube subscribers, was allegedly earning between 2,000-4,000 pounds per video.
The decision impacts all channels owned or operated by Brand, as confirmed by the Google-owned video service.
Four women have accused Brand of sexual assaults between 2006 and 2013, which he denies, stating all relationships were consensual.