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Noel Clarke Offers £48 Personalised Videos For Fans As He Seeks Out 'Professional Help' Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations

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Noel Clarke Offers £48 Personalised Videos For Fans As He Seeks Out 'Professional Help' Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Noel Clarke's account on Cameo - an online service where fans can request personalised 'shout outs' from celebrities for a fee - is still accessible after he was accused of misconduct.

The actor's Cameo account was up and running up until Monday evening but has seemingly been made 'temp unavailable' after it was unearthed. The button where fans would normally request a video has been replaced with a 'notify me when available' button.

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Personalised videos filmed by the actor to his fans can still be seen, however, as well as five star reviews from customers.

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In one video on his profile, which can still be viewed, Noel introduces his page and the types of videos fans can request "Hi, my name is Noel Clarke and I am properly excited to do shout outs for your guys," he said.

"So if you want a shout out from me, for your friends, family or loved ones, just let me know what you want and I'll get it done as soon as possible."

"Thank you so much for the support I appreciate it, and hopefully send you a message soon."

In another video lasting for more than two minutes, Noel wishes a 40-year-old fan a happy birthday and says she "doesn't look a day over 21."

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On Thursday The Guardian published an investigation into the allegations of sexual harassment, bullying and groping. There were 20 women who came forward to speak about their experiences with the Noel between 2004 and 2019.

Noel Clarke as seen in the introduction video on Cameo (Credit: Noel Clarke/ Cameo)
Noel Clarke as seen in the introduction video on Cameo (Credit: Noel Clarke/ Cameo)

The allegations against Noel Clarke come from actresses, producers and interns, and include claims of non-consensual groping and harassment, covertly taking explicit images and videos and bullying on set.

Clarke's accusers included Brotherhood co-producer Gina Powell and Brotherhood actress Jahannah James, while several other women spoke under fake names, to protect their identities.

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His Bulletproof co-star Ashley Walters also spoke out, writing that he was "deeply saddened" by the allegations.

Clarke has since denied all allegations put to him, apart from a claim that he made inappropriate comments about one of his accusers

Noel Clarke has denied the allegations from the 20 women who spoke to The Guardian (Credit: PA)
Noel Clarke has denied the allegations from the 20 women who spoke to The Guardian (Credit: PA)

He said in a statement: "In a 20-year career, I have put inclusivity and diversity at the forefront of my work and never had a complaint made against me. If anyone who has worked with me has ever felt uncomfortable or disrespected, I sincerely apologise.

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"I vehemently deny any sexual misconduct or wrongdoing and intend to defend myself against these false allegations."

Tyla has contacted reps for Noel for comment regarding his Cameo page.

If you have been affected by the content in this article, please visit thesurvivorstrust.org.

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