10/16/2014 02:47 pm ET Updated Oct 31, 2014

Watch Russell Brand Get Kicked Off Of Fox News Property

In Russell Brand's latest takedown of Fox News, the actor decided to leave his usual, comfy spot at home and take his complaints to the network itself.

Brand has dedicated an entire YouTube channel to launching attacks on the media, particularly calling out Fox News and giving very special attention to hosts Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity. Brand has slammed the network for being a "fanatical terrorist propagandist organization" and frequently blasts its hosts for their comments, which he says are "childish," "incendiary" and "unreasonable."

So Brand took his series to Fox News' headquarters in New York City this week to try to get a word or two in with some of his favorites. He was almost immediately approached by security and told that he was not allowed to film on "private property."

When he wouldn't leave, the guard threatened to arrest him. Eventually, Brand gave up the fight.

"Tell Sean Hannity I dropped by to chat," he said on his way out.

UPDATE (3:34 PM): A member of Fox News told Mediate that Brand was never scheduled to be a guest on Hannity's show that day.

Hannity also responded to Brand on Wednesday after news spread that the actor had been at the building.

Watch the video to see it all go down.