Man dies at £3m sex mansion dubbed Kinky Towers as police launch probe

Police have launched an investigation into the death of a man after a body was found in a swimming pool at a £3million swingers mansion named "Kinky Towers".

An attendee of the party has reportedly been questioned by officers after the discovery at the lavish property.

The man is believed to be in his 20s and his cause of death remains "unexplained", the Sun reports.

Around 200 people were present at the party.

One source told the Sun: "Apparently one of the guys fell into the water and became limp bodied."

The Hertfordshire property is home to Richard Stanley, 74, a retired management consultant, and his partner Janet Harrison, who have both appeared on a Channel 4 documentary about swingers.

They talked openly about the Radlett Adult Parties on the show. The couple's website says the parties start at 9.30pm on the Friday and stop when the last person leaves.

Toxicology tests and a post-mortem will now take place to ascertain the circumstances around the man's death.

One man has been arrested in connection to the tragic incident and Hertfordshire Police have been contacted for comment.

Tickets to attend the party with double bedroom access are believed to have been selling for between £500 and £1,000.

Y Events, who organised the party, have also been contacted for comment.

Mr Stanley and Janet insisted the party had been "strictly music".

It comes seven years after a man died at the same venue. Edmund Echukwu, 35, was recovered from the water at a James Bond-themed sex party at the mansion in 2015.

Revellers attempted to save the man's life but he was sadly pronounced dead at Watford General Hospital after the emergency services were called.

A coroner later ruled Mr Echukwu's death was accidental.

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