Naked Attraction star reveals VERY rude reason he has set up cameras in home 'like Big Brother house' | The Sun

A NAKED Attraction star has revealed the VERY rude reason he has set up cameras in his home 'like the Big Brother house'.

Steven Barrett appeared on the Channel 4 show in 2018 and has also showed off his naked body on Send Nudes: Body SOS.


Steven – a carpenter – certainly isn't afraid to strip off on camera, as he also has an OnlyFans page.

However, he is keen to keep getting TV exposure and is hoping to join Big Brother when the rebooted series returns on ITV2 next year.

Speaking to the Daily Star, Steven revealed he had set up seven security cameras around his home to film his life in preparation.

He said: "Originally, the guy who was fitting the cameras said, 'Why do you want one in your lounge?' and I had to say, 'Oh, it's to look after my dogs when I'm not there and see what they're up to!'

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"But we used it as content, as well, so it seemed as though you were being watched on a security camera.

"I had a great idea of using my house as a content house until my neighbours complained. I thought the house and garage could be a filming area, but I don’t want to be that neighbour. So I keep the noise down now!"

Steven has filmed racy romps with adult film star Sophie Anderson, but their loud sex led to a number of complaints from his neighbours.

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He added: "The garage door is very thin, and you can hear men shouting, 'Oh yeah!'

"When we’re filming, I have to say, 'Keep your voice down!' because people could be walking past!"

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