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Russell Brand Detained by U.S. Immigration Officials

October 13, 2010 (4:06 am) GMT
The funnyman had to be held and quizzed by immigration officials before he was granted entry into the U.S., saying that during the detention, he was singing 'God Save the Queen' in his head.

British Funnyman had his way to 's radio show disturbed. The 35-year-old star, who headed for the Tuesday, October 12 show, was detained by U.S. immigration officials in the early hours of that day.

Brand at that time just jetted from London to New York straight after the British premiere of his latest movie "" on Monday night, October 11. Before the fiance of was allowed to entry the U.S., immigration officials detained and questioned him following his last arrest for attacking paparazzi at Los Angeles International Airport on September 17.

During the detention, Brand shared on his Twitter page, "Held in US immigration. Little do they know I'm singing 'God Save The Queen' in my head." The "" actor, however, was finally granted the entry as he later wrote on his Twitter, "I'm going to be on Howard Stern this morning. Please listen and occasionally nod."

Brand, who was charged with battery following the alleged clash with the photographer, is likely to avoid further punishment if he attends a court hearing in Los Angeles along with the snapper on November 19, to receive a reprimand from a judge.

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