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Swedish porn king: 'I am terrified of women'

The Local · 8 May 2012, 10:34

Published: 08 May 2012 10:34 GMT+02:00

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“They can make me do anything,” he revealed on the “Min Sanning” (“My Truth”) TV-show on Swedish national TV, Sveriges Television (SVT) that airs on Tuesday evening.

Berth Milton is the son of the photographer and porn giant Berth Milton senior, who started to build up his Swedish pornography empire in the 1960s, according to daily Aftonbladet.

Milton junior inherited both his father’s name and his business and picked up the torch as Sweden’s porn king when he died.

As a boy he worked in his father’s porn shop in Stockholm before taking over his father’s rather successful business and turned it into an international porn empire in the 1990s.

On the show, where famous Swedes reveal the truth about their lives, Milton spills all regarding his porn empire and his tax debts.

Having previously said that he doesn’t really agree with porn and that he would like to clean up the business, Milton revealed on the show that the only thing he truly fears are women.

“They can make me do anything. I am terrified of women. If I am in a relationship and come home fifteen minutes late I am agonizing ‘what will happen now, this won’t be good’. I have lived through encounters with the biker club Hells Angels, but I don’t give a shit about that, I am not at all frightened. But women scare me,” Milton said on the show.

He also revealed that the reason for his fear is likely that women mean so much to him, reported Aftonbladet.

“I guess they touch something inside of me, I don’t know what it is. I can lie to anyone, but I find it hard to lie to a girl,” he said.

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The TV-show is set to air on Tuesday evening at 8pm on SVT2.

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Your comments about this article

11:09 May 8, 2012 by HYBRED
No shocker here. Swedish women can be terrifying at times.
11:37 May 8, 2012 by jack sprat
As Tiger Woods could well testify,...... though in this particular case I imagine after some of these ladies previous experiences they probably make him feel quite small and inadequate.
11:43 May 8, 2012 by SimonDMontfort
"...women scare me," Milton said on the show. "

Given that women are very often manipulated by porn, seems logical really: some of them would likely want to cut his 'nuts' off

16:22 May 8, 2012 by Tanskalainen
They scare me too! They've have these big round things on their chests! ......Leave me alone!
16:45 May 8, 2012 by kirub
Afraid of women? They have low sperm count now haven't they?
17:49 May 8, 2012 by blue2012
No doubt he lived a celibate lifestyle.
21:17 May 10, 2012 by dizzymoe33
See what happens when you expose a young boy to the porn business?! :o)
00:12 May 11, 2012 by Da Goat
Wise man ....they can be very dangerous .

and the wealthier you are the more aggressive and lethal they are!

Poor man I feel sorry for him.....if you are ever overwhelmed mate just pop them in a box and send them my way!
19:41 May 11, 2012 by CJ from Sunshine Desserts
Pay your taxes ! Either that or don`t come back .....honestly there is so much free porn available on the internet why buy his from Private ?
18:50 May 12, 2012 by MikeyV77
What a pussy. He is afraid of women. Maybe he's secretly gay. Nobody has a prefect relationship with their spouse. My wife and I fight more then we should about stupid things.

My advice is get into a relationship get out of porn and have a normal live cause what you do for a living isn't normal to most people and that probably as something to do with it.

A good way to get over the fear is to say, NO. If you say, No then they have know power.
16:26 May 14, 2012 by Nvd
Reminds me of Arabia with scared women. Welcome to Feminavia.
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