Gerard Butler Doesn't Get Around Much

Gerard Butler Doesn't Get Around Much-photo

Gerard Butler has a shocking revelation to make: The 300 king really doesn't have as much luck with the ladies as the media says he does.

"Guys take a photograph of me speaking to someone and, apparently, I am having an affair with her," the Sunday Mail reports the Scotland-born 39-year-old as saying. "I'm [supposedly] having 10 affairs a day. It would be just too exhausting and I'm not that sort of guy."

That will be news to many. Allegedly one of show biz's most prolific Lotharios, Butler has been linked with a small army of lovelies (see gallery), including Jennifer Aniston, Cameron Diaz, Shanna Moakler, Naomi Campbell and, most recently, 27-year-old newly single socialite-reality TV star Paris Hilton.  Hilton reportedly has given Butler the loving nickname "Braveheart." Because he's Scottish.  And naked under his kilt.

Interestingly enough, Hilton has also recently claimed that her bedroom antics have been greatly exaggerated by the tabloids.

Hmm; perhaps the two reputed lovebirds are hopping on the chastity bandwagon that so many of their show-biz peers have been riding to fame lately?

If so, they should be advised: That trend seems to be reversing itself of late.



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  • Uliuli

    Amazing how the entertainment industry gossip system works. Butler was asked (presumably by the paparazzo photographing him in Philadelphia) how he gets all the hot ladies. He pointed out that every time he is photographed talking to a woman, he is said to be having an affair with her. He said, "I'm having 10 affairs a day,according to you guys." He said nothing more about that, except to deny a direct comment that the pap thought Catherine Zeta Jones was one of his affairs, which he emphatically denied. He is not heard to say anything about how it (having all these affairs) would be too exhausting or that he's "not that kind of guy." Unless he made the same comments elsewhere and elaborated on them, somebody is making up quotes. They float around the world and get embellished more and more. It's pretty damn silly. I've been a journalist for years and this lax approach is verboten with any legitimate media outlet. I shake my head when I keep seeing references to Butler having been "linked" to this actress and that model, piling up a long list of LINKS that then seem to take on the aura of record. Who LINKED them in the first place? The entertainment press. I even suspect strongly that things he is quoted as having said in magazines and newspapers were concocted by his publicity people to stimulate interest in him. I especially suspect that when he is questioned about something and doesn't remember saying it. There has been so much conflicting information printed about this guy, pro and con, if I were to write an article about him, I'd want to go right back to the sources and start fresh. I say, gossip is NOT journalism. Think on it, fans and others.