Shamed actor Noel Clarke returned the flogging video calls to fans after he was accused of sexual harassment by 20 women
SHAMED actor Noel Clarke is back and lashing out at fans via video after being accused of sexual misconduct by 27 women.
The 46-year-old Doctor Who and Bulletproof star was removed from celebrity messaging site Cameo when the allegations came to light in 2021.
But now he’s back on the site — selling short clips perfect for “birthdays, graduations and even the holiday season.”
According to the site, fans who spend £57 can even get a pep talk from The Kidulthood actor.
And Clarke is asking for a whopping £4,050 for “business videos” in which he would be featured in corporate social media ads.
It comes after he was accused of a range of offenses – including sharing sexually explicit images and videos without consent in 2021.
At the time, he had been charging £48.50 per message – but after the allegations surfaced, Cameo shut down his page, saying he was “temporarily unavailable”.
The allegations, which the married director vehemently denies, relate to a period between 2004 and 2019.
Police dropped the investigation into Bafta winner Clarke after deciding the women’s testimonies would not meet the “threshold for a criminal investigation”.
Last year, Clarke, married to makeup artist Iris Da Silva, said he had suicidal thoughts after the allegations came to light last year and he was shunned by Bafta.
He said: “There was no arrest, no charge, no trial, no verdict, but I was criminalized.
“If we don’t need judges and juries anymore, if we only need social media and broadcasters, what world will we live in?”
However, Reclaim These Streets co-founder Anna Birley slammed the decision to drop the investigation into the allegations.
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She said: “It is difficult to report experiences of sexual assault or abuse and so it must be very distressing for women who have been so brave and spoken out to hear that the police believe their testimonies are insufficient .
“Our criminal justice system fails women time and time again. Women deserve to be heard and believed.”
The force said it decided not to open a formal investigation “after a thorough assessment by specialized detectives”.
An accuser claimed Clarke said he planned to “fuck her and fire her,” adding that he secretly filmed a nude audition.
Bafta knew of the claims before presenting him with an award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema and later withdrew the gong.
Sky halted filming on its crime drama Bulletproof, while ITV pulled the final episode of the drama Viewpoint.
The Sun has reached out to Cameo for comment.
If you are affected by any of the issues addressed in this article, please call the Samaritans toll free on 116123.
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