In light of recent allegations against Russell Brand, a 2013 interview Katy Perry gave to Vogue has received renewed attention.
The famous Fireworks The singer had made veiled remarks about her ex-husband that many fans believed could be linked to Russell’s alleged transgressions.
Katy, now 38, recalled her whirlwind romance with Russell, 48, which culminated in a grand wedding in India on October 23, 2010.
Their romance, however, was short-lived, ending suddenly 14 months later when Katy received a breakup message from Russell on New Year’s Eve 2011.
Reflecting on their time together, Katy revealed the complexity of their relationship. She admitted to Vogue: “At first, when I met him, he wanted an equal, and I think a lot of times strong men want an equal, but then they get that equal and they’re like, ‘I don’t “I can’t handle equality.”
She described his attitude towards her professional stature as “very controlling”, particularly while touring, which strained their relationship.
Although Katy initially took responsibility for their breakup, her tone in the interview hinted at deeper issues with Russell.
“I felt very responsible for how that story ended, but then I found out the real truth,” she said, without revealing any details. “I keep it locked in my safe for rainy days.”
This vague reference has now sparked speculation, with fans wondering if Katy was alluding to the accusations currently being made against Russell.
In a shocking report from Tthe Sunday Times, four women came forward, accusing Russell of rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse. These incidents allegedly took place between 2006 and 2013.
Strongly denying the accusations, Russell took to Instagram to respond to the allegations, a day before the expose was published.
In a video, he said: “I have received two extremely disturbing letters… listing a litany of blatant and aggressive attacks. » He reiterated his position, emphasizing: “I was very, very promiscuous. During this period of promiscuity, the relationships that I had were absolutely always consensual.”
The actor, known for roles like Forgetting Sarah Marshall, continued to deny “very, very serious” criminal allegations.
He also suggested there appeared to be a coordinated media attack on him, referring to a joint investigation by the Sunday Times, The Times and Channel 4’s Dispatches.
He concluded by expressing his discomfort with the escalation of the situation: “I don’t want to dwell further on this subject due to the seriousness of the allegations, but I feel like I am being attacked.”