Cash for shoutouts website Cameo have ‘removed’ Noel Clarke from their line-up following allegations of sexual misconduct against the star.
The actor and director had been offering personalised messages for fans for £48.50 per message until this week – when the webpage for the star suddenly shifted to “currently unavailable”.
Noel’s profile description has also been edited – having previously described him as “Fatherx3 ‘Most prolific black British movie star in British film’ – BFI. Act, Write, Direct, Produce. #KingMaker Stay on my good side”, it now just states: “Fatherx3”.
A pop up then declares: “Be the first to know when Noel Clarke is back!
“Noel Clarke is unavailable right now. Enter your email and we’ll let you know when Noel Clarke is bookable again!”
The Mirror highlighted that he was still available for personalised messages over the weekend – despite a storm surrounding him over sexual misconduct claims.
Cameo have been contacted for comment now Noel’s page has gone dormant – with The Sun claiming the actor’s page was “shut down” by Cameo.
Examples of the messages Noel had been sending while the page was active included a message to a fan who was celebrating their 40th birthday how “he bets she doesn’t look a day over 21”.
The actor added: “40 is a great year, it’s the year you take your stock of your life and reflect.”
Last week, Noel was accused by 20 women of sexual misconduct in an article published by The Guardian.
The actor has denied the allegations against him, but has added that he is seeking “professional help” and has reevaluated his past behaviour in light of The Guardian’s accusations.
In a statement to the PA news agency released last week, Noel said: “I vehemently deny any sexual misconduct or criminal wrongdoing.
“Recent reports however have made it clear to me that some of my actions have affected people in ways I did not intend or realise.
“To those individuals, I am deeply sorry. I will be seeking professional help to educate myself and change for the better.”