Noel Clarke told one of his accusers to ‘get your f**** out and pee’ on his friend during a prank that left her in tears.
Footage has emerged of Clarke, 45, and fellow cast member Jason Maza pulling a cruel joke on Jahannah James, leaving her visibly upset.
Jason drinks a cocktail provided to him by Jahannah, before pretending to suffer from an allergic reaction to citrus fruit, saying he doesn’t feel well and dropping to the ground.
Clarke then fakes a phone call to 999, asking whether Jason has to ‘swallow some of the ammonia to soothe it’, telling Jahannah: ‘Just take your f**** out and pee on him, what’s wrong with you?’
The actor came up with the stunt after hearing through the Brotherhood actress’ producers that she was planning her own prank on the pair.
The clip has come to light following 20 women who knew Clarke in a professional capacity coming forward, making sexual harassment and bullying allegations about him to The Guardian.
Clarke yesterday apologised ‘deeply’ for his actions and said he will be seeking professional help, but has ‘vehemently’ denied sexual misconduct or criminal behaviour.
Jahannah, a star in Clarke’s hit movie Brotherhood, is one of his alleged victims named by the newspaper, claiming she was secretly filmed doing a naked audition that was so upsetting she still cries ‘years later’.
Clarke (pictured left, with co-star Jason Maza) came up with the cruel stunt after hearing through the Brotherhood actress’ producers that she was planning her own prank on the pair
Jahannah James, a star in Clarke’s hit movie Brotherhood, is one of his alleged victims named by The Guardian. Twenty women who knew Clarke in a professional capacity have come forward, making sexual harassment and bullying allegations about him
While Clarke pretends to be on the phone in the video, he says: ‘I’m not shouting at you but this girl’s being an idiot.’
The producer then adds: ‘I know the ambulance is on its way, but what can I do now? What can I do right now?’
He then looks over to Jahannah and says: ‘What are you crying for? I know you didn’t mean to do it. Do you think I think you’re gonna put an orange in his face on purpose?’
Clarke continues: ‘He’s going red, what can I do right now? I don’t have any ammonia, how can I get ammonia? Pee on him? I’m not peeing on him.
‘Would that help? So he has to swallow some of the ammonia, that’ll soothe it?’
Jahannah asks ‘what?’, while Clarke tells her: ‘You need to pee on him.’ The actress says: ‘Can everyone turn around? Oh my God Jay, I’m really sorry.’
Clarke tells her: ‘You need to pee on him. Quick!’
After she explains she can’t, he replies: ‘Just take your f**** out and pee on him, what’s wrong with you?’
She asks: ‘Can you pee?’, to which he says: ‘I’m not peeing on him. Just put your leg on the chair, put your leg up here.’
Jason then reveals the cruel joke by pointing at Jahannah and laughing, with Clarke saying: ‘You can’t prank me.’
Jason drinks a cocktail provided to him by Jahannah, before pretending to suffer from an allergic reaction to citrus fruit, saying he doesn’t feel well and dropping to the ground
Clarke then fakes a phone call to 999, asking: ‘I know the ambulance is on the way – what can I do now?’, before questioning whether Jason has to ‘swallow some of the ammonia to soothe it’
Clarke asks: ‘What are you crying for?’, while Jahannah is left visibly upset by the prank
It comes after Jahannah tweeted yesterday: ‘Bafta knew about the allegations before his award and decided they didn’t believe it’.
A film producer, and friend of Jahannah, claimed Clarke admitted he had planned to ‘f*** her then fire her’ her before groping her in a lift as well as exposing himself while driving together in LA, while another actress allegedly propositioned by Clarke described it as her ‘#metoo moment’, a nod to the victims of Harvey Weinstein.
Actress and producer Philippa Crabb, who is also one of the 20 alleged victims named by The Guardian, shared an Instagram story posted by her relative of the newspaper’s front page.
The original post read: ‘Finally. Waited six years for this day’, to which Philippa responded: ‘Literally. Sorry if I haven’t replied to you – my inbox is bursting with messages of support and it’s all pretty overwhelming, but I appreciate you all SO much.’
Meanwhile, Clarke’s female co-stars have claimed he is a ‘sexual predator’ and say the raft of sexual harassment and bullying allegations against him are the British film industry’s ‘best kept secret’.
After Jahannah explains she can’t pee on him, Clarke replies: ‘Just take your f**** out and pee on him, what’s wrong with you?’
Jason reveals the cruel joke by pointing at Jahannah and laughing, with Clarke saying: ‘You can’t prank me’
Alexandra Roach, who stars alongside the actor in ITV’s Viewpoint, said she ‘sees, hears and believes’ the women making the accusations.
Clarke’s Kidulthood co-star Jaime Winstone also broke her silence to throw her support behind the disgraced actor’s accusers in a poignant Time’s Up post.
The actress, 35, who appeared opposite the actor in the 2006 film as Becky, shared the image on Instagram alongside a caption saying: ‘When you’re late to the party but you’ve been on the list for 15 years.’
The actor and producer, who is married to make-up artist Iris Da Silva, denied all allegations from the 20 women but said it has become clear to him that ‘some of my actions have affected people in ways I did not intend or realise’, and offered an apology to those affected.
His comments came amid reports that Bafta spent two weeks deciding how best to respond to allegations against Clarke prior to presenting him with one of its highest honours, the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award.
The father-of-three was suspended from Bafta following the allegations, while Sky took the decision to ‘halt’ filming of the latest series of his east London crime drama Bulletproof.