Comedian Philip Bond has announced his retirement from public life after an article in the Law Press reported allegations of sexual misconduct against several women.
Thus, he quit his radio show and ended his appearances. He wants to do so “out of respect for his collaborators and his employers.”
He responded to this on Instagram.
Following the story of Press It came out today, and I was shocked by what I just read. I do not recognize the person described in this article.
Out of respect for my collaborators and my employers who have been with me over the years, and because I prefer not to answer questions from journalists, I have largely withdrawn from public life, from radio and programs. .
Listen to cultural history with Marika Simard at the Alexandre Moranville-Ouellette microphone on QUB Radio:
I have to protect and take care of my loved ones but above all I have to be there for my children and my wife. It upsets me to think what they have to do with me, because nothing is more important to me than them,” the comedian said.
The revelations come days after comedian Thomas Levack accused Bond of being a “rapist” live on YouTube while recording a podcast.
Philip Bond promises not to be aggressive.
“Today I will stand up and shout loudly and clear my innocence,” he wrote. All the relationships I’ve had have been consensual, I’ve never been aggressive, never will be and I’ll never accept being accused without defending myself,” he wrote on Facebook.