SEX HEALTH Living with sex addiction MADE IN CHELSEA STAR REVEALS HOW HE CAN’T STOP BEDDING WOMEN
TOFFEE-NOSED twit Spencer Matthews reckons he’s a sex addict – and has turned to serial swordsman Russell Brand for advice.
The Made in Chelsea star, 24, has bedded a string of posh young fillies – but can’t keep his knob in his chinos.
So he’s seeking advice for his “problem” from lothario Russell.
He said: “I’d have a pop at sex therapy. It’d be interesting to see if I have a problem or not. I’d love to go for a drink with Russell Brand, bring it on!”
While many will think the plummy-voiced hate-figure is talking nonsense, Midweek Sport girl Gabrielle Saint, 28, has sympathy for the hotel heir.
Opening up about her own sex addiction, the 32G Czech stunna – who now lives in Edinburgh – said: “Most people think sex addiction is a joke, but it can seriously affect your life.
“I personally love having a high sex drive, and it has never been a ‘problem’ for me.
“But when you’re craving sex four or five times a day it can sometimes be an issue – finding a man to keep up with my libido is harder than it sounds!
“I’ve never had any therapy or anything, because I just think that it’s a quirky character trait and perfectly healthy.
“And if the man in my life can’t keep up, hey, there are always sex toys and vibrators to keep my satisfied.”
Former catwalk model Gabrielle, added: “I can understand why Spencer is seeking help – it’s affecting his relationships and stopping him hanging on to his girlfriends.
“Everyone loves sex, but not everyone needs it multiple times a day.
“Russell Brand has had treatment for his addiction, so hopefully he can help Spencer.”
Spencer has cheated on every bird he’s been with and says shagging a girl is “as meaningful as going to the bar and ordering another drink”.
The heir to St Bart’s’ exclusive Eden Rock Hotel bedded a stranger behind the back of recent girlfriend Lucy Watson on a lad’s holiday recently.
He said: “I went on a lad’s holiday to Zante. We’d had a lot to drink and a girl was pretty forward.
“It was as meaningful as going to the bar and ordering another drink.”