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GAY SEX DEN IN CHURCH BOSS'S pounds 1m FLAT; Kinky friend of royals runs orgies yards from Westminster Abbey.

Byline: ROGER INSALL and IAN WHITTINGHAM

A TOP churchman's boyfriend has turned their pounds 1million home into a depraved gay spanking brothel, The People can reveal.

Kinky Barnaby Miln, pal of royals and bishops, provides rent boys and perverted sex services including bondage and corporal punishment.

MPs, civil servants, showbiz personalities and respected church dignitaries are among the clients invited to his monthly gay orgies.

Former magistrate Miln uses the internet to advertise the vice den in the plush flat yards from Westminster Abbey that he has shared with his gay lover the Rev Sir Derek Pattinson for 15 years.

Sir Derek was the Church of England's most senior layman - secretary general of the church's "parliament" the General Synod - for 18 years before becoming a minister.

The couple's pals among the rich and famous will be shocked to learn of Miln's sordid activities, exposed by a special People investigation.

The man who brags he was close to the Queen Mum and Princess Margaret and was an adviser to a former Archbishop of Canterbury acts as a gay prostitute offering caning and other kinky services.

And he has handsome young men on his books who charge pounds 200 for sex. Miln told our undercover reporter he could have sex with him for pounds 60, saying: "My fantasy is to take a pretty boy like you in broad daylight and right in front of the Abbey." The 56-year-old pervert, who advertises his spanking parlour as the Headmaster's Study:

-KEEPS canes, handcuffs and other restraint gear in the swish apartment where the walls are covered by framed photographs of famous churchmen and one of Miln with Princess Anne.

-REVELS in dangerous sex, shrugging off the perils of Aids.

-OFFERED our investigator ecstasy, apologising for being out of the cocaine he likes to share with gay partners.

-BOASTED of having sex with thousands of men including a new 19-year-old lover.

Miln, whose clients call him Judge Judy after the American TV series, told our man: "I love sex, I can't help myself. I love meeting gay boys or straight men over the internet.

"It gives me a reason to live. But the older you get the more isolated you become. That is why I went on the game, to treat young boys like you to the discipline you deserve."

The People investigated after spotting an advert for the Headmaster's Study in a seedy gay contact magazine. We also traced a website advertising spanking sessions.

Miln was pictured posing in his study alongside photos of clients stretched over a bookshelf being caned. Our investigator was invited to the apartment in Strutton Court, Great Peter Street, after swapping text messages with Miln to fix an appointment.

Sir Derek, 73, was not there. He has a broken leg and spends most days in a London nursing home. Miln talked about the private parties he arranged and said: "I get all sorts here - civil servants from Whitehall, MPs, the odd showbiz personality and even people from Buckingham Palace. I know one or two people there and naturally I get some top names in the church as well."

Our man saw the handcuffs and restraints that Miln keeps in the bedroom. A brolly stand in the drawing room was crammed with canes.

Miln lost no time in offering our reporter sex without a condom and told him: "There is nothing better than dangerous sex.

"I could have HIV but at my age I don't care. If I then give it to someone it will be because of their stupidity."

He added: "I had a test a month or so ago so I don't think there would be any danger to you." But it seemed a strange attitude for a man who was special adviser on Aids and sexuality to Dr Robert Runcie when he was Archbishop of Canterbury.

There were several volumes on Aids on the bookshelves in the flat. Miln even devised the red ribbon as a symbol of Aids awareness. With Sir Derek, he also helped raise large sums for the Anglican Church with events including a VIP reception at Lambeth Palace. In 1997 he escorted Princess Anne round a Christian Aid exhibition in Scotland.

It was a very different world to the one he revealed to The People's investigator. He said he charged pounds 60 an hour as a gay escort offering caning and other kinky corporal punishment.

He also said he had half a dozen younger guys ready to provide gay sex.

In a casual sweater and trendy Armani jeans and sporting a gold Rolex, Miln emerged from the kitchen with two glasses of Jack Daniels and Coke. He also offered the investigator a cigar and an ecstasy tablet "to help unwind".

He admitted: "I like to share cocaine but haven't got any with me at the moment."

Miln said Sir Derek was "out of town at the moment and too old to take an active part." But Sir Derek's involvement with Miln landed him in a huge row with church elders in 1990.

He had taken his lover on a six-week fact-finding tour of South Africa paid for out of church missionary funds.

Two years later Miln was quizzed by police probing the mysterious death of his chauffeur, a young Irishman he had an affair with. The man's body was found at the back of King's Cross railway station.

Police discovered he had introduced Miln to hard drugs and the two had spent a fortune on heroin and cocaine.

Miln was a JP in Hereford and London from 1978 to 1994 and lived with his elderly mother in Edinburgh for some years. He was once a member of the Synod but turned his back on the Church after a ruling that practising homosexuality was considered a sin.

Three years ago he set up a gay escorts agency in Edinburgh employing about 20 rent boys as young as 18. He found them through fliers dropped in pubs, clubs and other gays gay haunts.

Miln tried to recruit the investigator as a rent boy and invited him to return to the flat the following day.

When our man arrived Miln claimed he had just finished "punishing" a university lecturer who regularly turned up for a thrashing with a whip.

Miln urged the reporter to relax. He handed him an ecstasy tablet from about 30 he had in a drawer by his bed, saying, "Here, take on of these."

The investigator said he would take it later. Laboratory tests confirmed it was ecstasy.

We later confronted Miln and asked him whether Sir Derek knew of the sordid activities at the flat.

Miln said: "He's too ill for that. He's muddled and forgets things in five minutes but we have spoken about it.

"Derek is still my partner but he is not at all well and in a nursing home. He has been there for several months."

Asked about the ecstasy, he said: "I'd rather not comment about that."

A spokesman for the Diocese of London, former owners of the flat, said: "Sir Derek is a non-stipendiary minister but is very old now.

" The property is no longer anything to do with us."

CAPTION(S):

TRYST: Miln with our undercover investigator Picture: SONJA HORSMAN; CANING: This spanking scene at churchman's home went on internet; POSE: Miln looks dignified at flat; HOLY: Abbey is near gay vice den; CHEEKY: Miln's invitation; REV: Sir Derek became a minister
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