The BBC is under scrutiny following allegations against Russell Brand, including claims that the corporation ignored warnings about him and used public funds to support his relationship with a teenage girlfriend. Both the BBC and Channel 4 have initiated investigations after Brand was accused of rape and sexual assault in a joint investigation by The Times and Channel 4's Dispatches. Brand has vehemently denied these allegations. As the BBC faces mounting questions, here are seven key areas that need clarification.
Did the BBC use its car service to facilitate Brand's relationship with a teenager?
Reports have emerged suggesting that the BBC's car service was used by Brand to pick up a 16-year-old girl from her school. If true, this raises serious concerns about the appropriate use of public resources and potential impropriety.
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