Rumesh Ranganathan targets Noelle Clark after accusations ⋆. –

Rumesh Rangathan mined Noelle Clarke after the allegations (Photo: BBC)

Romish Ranganathan targeted Noelle Clark after the allegations leveled against him when he took over as host Have I got news for you.

Actor Doctor Who and Viewpoint faced allegations of misconduct, including sexual harassment and intimidation, by 20 women, which he vehemently denied.

His membership in Bafta was suspended, Viewpoint’s final episode was withdrawn from broadcasting on ITV, and Sky announced that it would pause all programming with the actor.

Rumich’s comic briefly addressed the allegations when he appeared in a newsletter titled Face to Face of Salisbury’s Diocesan Chimes Guild on the BBC program.

“Unfortunately recently, many bells have been silenced,” he said, adding, “especially those on Noel Clark’s phone.”

Clark denied the allegations against him, telling the Guardian in a statement: “ In a career that has lasted 20 years, I have put inclusion and diversity at the forefront of my work and never have a complaint been filed against me.

Clark denied the allegations (Image:.)

If anyone who has worked with me feels uncomfortable or disrespected, I sincerely apologize. I strongly deny any inappropriate or unlawful sexual behavior and intend to defend myself against these false accusations.

The 45-year-old has also been accused of sexual harassment of employees at Doctor Who group, and he also claims he has denied it.

A BBC spokesman said BBC is against all forms of indecent behavior and we are surprised to hear these accusations.

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“To be completely clear, we will investigate any specific allegations individuals have made to the BBC, and if anyone experiences or witnesses inappropriate behavior of any kind, we encourage them to bring it to us directly.

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“We have a zero-tolerance approach and robust processes in place, which are reviewed and updated periodically to reflect best practices, to ensure that any complaints or concerns are dealt with with the utmost seriousness and diligence.”

Have I Got News For You airing Friday at 9 PM on BBC One.

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