Former BLACK SABBATH Guru's Seedy Sex Secret

Guy Newey of Britain's Evening Mail reports former BLACK SABBATH manager Jim Simpson has a secret sideline — running a seedy sex business from his Birmingham home.

An Evening Mail probe has revealed that Simpson (photo) is touting erotic videos and allows punters to film their sexual fantasies at his Edgbaston abode.

Simpson, 65, is the man behind the city's prestigious HMV International Jazz Festival, which attracts stars and jazz fans from around the world.

What is less well known is his other interest — running a web site which invites amateur and professional photographers to contact a model called Charley, who is featured in a number of erotic poses.

When Evening Mail confronted Simpson, the former manager of Ozzy Osbourne's BLACK SABBATH and head of renowned jazz label Big Bear Records said: "In retrospect I wish I had never been involved and I behaved with bad judgement and lack of forethought.

"I did not make any money from it — this is not a business to me."


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