British boob Russell Brand humiliated in front of Fox News’ HQ, threatened with arrest

British royal pain Russell Brand is infamous for his recent obsession, bashing Fox News, but he ran into some trouble while trying to film one of his sadistic rants in front of the Fox News headquarters in New York City recently.

The obnoxious British actor wanted to film outside Fox’s building because “The Hannity Show” canceled his upcoming guest appearance. He started off by showing clips of Bill O’Reilly and Hannity “spewing hate” against the Islamic religion, which Brand contends is a religion of peace.

A security official told the crew to leave and threatened them with arrest because they were on private property.

“Whether the subject is islamophobia or is just the freedom to be in a lobby, Fox is a difficult organization to work with,” Brand said. “Whether it’s canceling bookings for The Hannity Show or kicking you out of their property which they claim is owned by Beacon Management, it’s very difficult to have true freedom. We’ll run this building one day!”

On his way out, he said, “Tell Sean Hannity I dropped by to chat with him. Say Russell Brand from Trews. True News.”

As it turns out, Hannity did get the memo and addressed Brand directly on Twitter.

This wasn’t the only trouble Brand’s got into. On Thursday, a Twitter war erupted after Donald Trump tweeted his reaction to Brand’s appearance on a late night television show.

“What the hell do people see in Russell—a major loser,” Trump wrote. In another tweet, he added, “@katyperry must have been drunk when she married Russell Brand @rustyrockets – but he did send me a really nice letter of apology!’

Brand retaliated by making fun of Trump’s hair (old joke, man) and suggesting that his father handed him everything. Because, as we all know, parental inheritance is so incredibly evil.

h/t Truth Revolt

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Steered right by what she calls the "radical leftist rhetoric" in college, Hannah is a contributor for multiple media outlets and passionate about American politics.
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