Former porn star bares all in a bid to help raise cash for Tanya's Courage
A FORMER porn star, who now owns a stripping agency, is lending his support to a cancer trust – by going the "full monty" to raise cash.
James Hamilton set up the adult entertainment company Wild Ones XXX after returning from London.
Now he and his business partner Dan Mytton have decided to give Tanya's Courage Trust a little boost – by staging a ladies' night in St Dennis.
The Wild Ones XXX are going all out to show the public their hearts are as big as their biceps.
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Mr Hamilton, 26, from St Dennis, will be joined on stage at the St Dennis AFC on January 25 by the group's 'Butlers in the Buff'.
"We felt if we were going to do a local gig for local women it should be for a local charity, and Tanya's Courage is a charity close to my business partner's chest."
Mr Hamilton added his foray into the porn industry gave him back his confidence and motivated him to get his body in shape.
The bouts have already sold 100 of the 200 tickets but want to raise as much money for the charity as possible. They have even been giving some of their audience a sneak preview – by delivering the tickets in the buff.
Mr Hamilton added: "We said we would start with raising £1,000 and we have done that already just from the ticket sales.
"It's not just about the stripping. The guys pick up the atmosphere and they are 100 per cent behind me.
"It's about having a laugh and we socialise with the girls, making sure everybody feels comfortable."
Tanya's Courage Trust was set up by Tanya Billing's mother Iris and Tanya's sister Nikki Empel-Newman eight years ago, after the 17-year-old lost her battle with adult acute myeloid leukaemia.
Mrs Empel-Newman said: "We are really grateful they have been kind enough to support our charity.
"I will be going but I will be hiding away at the back; there's no way I am going anywhere near the front.
"They are lovely guys and it is so lovely to see their enthusiasm for the charity."
Tickets for this adult-only evening are £10 and includes DJ K featuring OD, free prize draw and free shots on arrival with a drinks token. The evening starts at 8pm.
To book tickets, call 07946 576185.