Gerard Butler parties with girlfriend Morgan Brown and pals at Killing Kittens sex club
22:30, 21 March 2015
By Simon Boyle
The 300 star was special guest at the venue but stayed in the bar area away from the erotic entertainment
In smash hit 300, Gerard Butler took centre stage amid a horde of leather-clad men – and it sounds as if he has done it again.
The 45-year-old Hollywood heartthrob is in the capital shooting scenes for upcoming film London Has Fallen and my spies reveal he was a surprise guest at a party organised by the notorious Killing Kittens sex club.
I’m told Gerard enjoyed a night out at 33 Portland Place – a stately city mansion used as a setting in The King’s Speech – where guests included 160 swinging couples, many wearing leather and decorated masks.
The parties, organised by Emma Sayle, the “sextrepreneur” school pal of the Duchess of Cambridge, have a raunchy reputation and couples pay upwards of £100 to attend in the hope of meeting others for adult fun.
Their website describes events as “a world of sexual and erotic fantasy governed by gorgeous women”.
I’m assured the A-lister confined himself to the bar area and didn’t partake in any decadent activities – although I’m sure he wouldn’t have been short of offers. But, for once, the Scottish-born actor may not have been the target of every wandering eye.
An insider said he arrived with girlfriend, interior designer Morgan Brown, and pals at 11pm and enjoyed a couple of hours socialising and chatting to party-goers.
A source said: “Gerard came along to hang out and have a chat with friends.
“He was obviously attracted by the fact it’s such a discreet place to enjoy an evening.
Gerard Butler in 300 Hollywood star: Gerard Butler in 300
“The Killing Kittens crowd aren’t the sort to hassle anyone, so he was able to enjoy himself quietly without feeling like everyone was watching his every move.
“The house was split up so those who wanted to keep away from the really racy action, could do. They kept themselves away from the swinging to the disappointment of many female guests.”
The spacious venue, an 18th-century property, was bought for £25million by David Sullivan, chairman of West Ham United football club.
A party spokesman was tight-lipped, saying: “We never discuss the identity of our guests.”