Ex-Disney Star Orlando Brown Says Nick Cannon Gave Him Oral Sex While Dressed As A Woman — Cannon's Response

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Did Nick Cannon Give Orlando Brown A Blowjob? New Details On The Salacious Claims Made By The Former Disney Star
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There's really no polite way of introducing this, asking this, or otherwise presenting it to you, so we're just going to come out with it: did Nick Cannon give Orlando Brown a blowjob? 

The former Disney star recently made these wild and outrageous claims on social media while walking through the aisles of a Wal-Mart store — because, really, what better place to announce that you received fellatio from Mariah Carey's ex-husband? (Allegedly, of course.) 

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It goes without saying that Cannon already responded to the claims — so let's look at what we know about Brown's claims, Cannon's response, and the fallout from it all. 

1. Did Nick Cannon give Orlando Brown a blowjob? Brown says he did. 

In a video he posted to social media that was subsequently deleted — but picked up by another account and shared on a global scale — Brown said that Cannon gave him oral pleasure while "dressed as a female." Though he didn't give context or a period of time as to when, or how, this happened, Brown certainly wasn't short on graphic details. 

"Ah, don't worry about Nick. Nick, okay look fine, fine okay, you want me to tell everybody, you want me to let everybody know? Okay fine. Nick, I let you suck my d***. Okay fine, I'll say it. I let Nick suck my d*** and I liked it. It was okay, it was fine. Nick, you sucked my d*** but everybody knows you did it as a female. Nick, you sucked my d***. I didn't wanna say that, you know?" he said. 

Check out the video below. 

2. This isn't the first time that Brown has made outrageous claims. 

While the Cannon story alleged by Brown is certainly plausible — anything is possible in Hollywood, after all — Brown has a history of making outrageous claims for attention. One of his most infamous claims was made on a December 2018 appearance on The Dr. Phil Show, in which he told Dr. Phil McGraw that he was the secret son of Michael Jackson (and that his real name was Orlando Brown Prince Michael Jackson, Jr.).

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3. Brown also has a history of substance abuse issues. 

It perhaps goes without saying that Brown hasn't been "clean and sober" for an extended period of time, though of course, he claims otherwise. In fact, his most recent drug charge came in September 2018, when he was caught with methamphetamine ("crystal meth") and a pipe in which to smoke it. He was arrested and charged with drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, and resisting arrest. Shortly thereafter, he was admitted into a treatment facility. 

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4. Brown admitted that the 'demons took over.'

Crystal meth is known to have a variety of deleterious side effects, which include confusion and paranoia when taken over a long period of time. It's perhaps, then, no surprise that Brown's mental health — and recollection of certain events — may not be completely accurate. An, he recently admitted that the 'demons took over' thanks to his crystal meth addiction. "Just the influence and the demons that come with that drug kind of took over," he said.

5. He even tried to burglarize his friend's restaurant. 

The "demons" of crystal meth notwithstanding, Brown has certainly had his fair share of issues even amongst his own friends. Shortly after he was released from the treatment facility he was admitted to in September 2018, he was arrested after trying to burglarize his friend's restaurant in Las Vegas, NV. Security cameras caught him trying to change the locks on the Legends Restaurant, and the owner of the restaurant said that Brown was "in a haze" and accusing him of trying to steal money from him

6. How did Cannon respond to Brown's claims? 

With Brown's history of substance abuse and mental health issues, it's perhaps no surprise that the credibility of Brown's claims against Cannon has been called into question. But rather than "clap back" and drag Brown for filth, Cannon responded to his claims in a cool, calm manner, and encouraged the former That's So Raven star to get the mental health treatment he needs. 

"After putting a little cognitive effort and analytical thought to the situation, I figured what a great opportunity for a “teachable moment”! First off let me say I am praying for the young brother Orlando even though I don’t really know him personally, I have always loved and enjoyed his talent and have been a fan of his past work," he said in a lengthy Instagram post. "I don’t know if there are any real leaders or solid individuals in this young man’s life but let’s embrace him and tighten him up so he doesn’t become another lost victim to these Hollywood circumstances. I indeed believe this brother has the God-given talent to be on Wildnout but this definitely ain’t the way to audition, this actually hurts my heart to see that we have allowed Orlando, along with various other young gifted performers we grew up loving, to just dwindle away after these corporations made their billions off of them."

Seems like a pretty classy response to us.

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, publicist, and photographer whose work has appeared in Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, BET.com, and more.