Controversial Sex Island festival will be raided by police this year

Controversial Sex Island festival will be raided by police this year
Controversial Sex Island festival will be raided by police this year

Police warn that Infamous Sex Island resort offering unlimited sex with 100 women will be raided and could be SHUT DOWN after it moved to Nevada

    Controversial Sex Island festival will be raided by police this year, authorities say
    The booze and sex-filled vacation kicks off at resort in Nevada on August 2
    Tickets for this year's event cost $6000 - around £4,600
    Last year a 16-year-old boy said he lost his virginity on a sex island holiday

US authorities have warned the controversial 'Sex Island' trip offering unlimited sex with 100 women will be raided by police - and could be shut down - when the drugs and alcohol-friendly vacation kicks off next month.

Previous incarnations of the orgy holiday have taken place on an island off the coast of Venezuela.

But this year the raunchy party will take place at an undisclosed resort in Nevada - the only US state to allow some legal prostitution.

Thirty men, including 13 Brits, have reportedly bought tickets costing £4,600 for the holiday, which starts on August 2.

Guests will choose two 'beautiful' women each day for the four-day party, which includes raunchy activities such as topless quad bike and horse rides and a 'sexual helicopter tour'.

But organisers The Good Girls Company were last week served with a warning from America's Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) warning that officers would raid the event - and deport tourists if drugs laws were being broken.

Previous events have openly claimed to be 'drugs-friendly' and holidaymakers have told how illegal drugs including cocaine and LSD were freely available.

The warning from the federal government read: 'If any illegal substances are found on the premises of your resort, the immediate shutdown of the event be ordered.

'All foreigners attending and caught handling illegal drug substances will be immediately taken into the nearest immigration detention center and processed for deportation.'

The letter also warned of severe penalties if any of the prostitutes at the event are found to be under 18.

A spokesman for The Good Girls Company said: 'The authorities are clearly getting nervous about Sex Island coming to the US for the first time, but they know they can't stop us in Nevada so they are warning us about illegal drugs.

'We have reassured our guests that they don't have to be worried about being deported. Everything will be legal and above board.'

The first Sex Island holiday was planned to take place on a private island off Cartagena, Colombia, but was blocked by the South American country's government after news of the event sparked anger.

After rumours last year's event would be held on an island off the coast of Trinidad and Tobago, the country's national security minister Stuart Young vowed to shut down the festival, and appealed to the public for information about the location.

The holiday was in fact held on the Isla Margarita, off the northern coast of crisis-hit Venezuela, where prostitution is legal.

A promo vid for this year's X-rated holiday, to be held at an undisclosed resort in the Nevada desert, shows a bevy of naked beauties cavorting in a swimming pool, riding horses and driving quad bikes.

The men will also be able to attend a 'holographic concert' during their stay, and other 'sexual surprises' are on offer, including the chance the spend 30 minutes with all the resort's 50 girls at once.

The video, which starts with a man hallucinating after getting lost in the desert, which ends with the words: 'Don't wait until you're dead to visit heaven'.

Tickets for this year's event cost $6000 - around £4,600.

However, organisers have promised to refund the money of one guest who wins a competition during the event to have sex with the most women during the four days.

Another golden ticket will be given away in a raffle, with every purchase of merchandise from Sex Island's online store giving men one entry in the draw.

'Guests will be taken from Las Vegas International Airport by our private helicopter to our discreet location in Nevada. Enjoy the company of 100 beautiful girls in our alcohol and marijuana friendly environment,' says the event's official website.

'All of our girls are tested and free of any sexual diseases. We have a strict condom policy. At any moment you can switch girls with the other 50 guests.'

'The girls' mission is to please you and make you feel like a king... Enjoy breathtaking surroundings with your girls at the one and only Sex Island.'

Last year one former client, a 16-year-old boy, said he lost his virginity on a previous sex island holiday.

The teen, known only as Brian, said: 'It was incredible, so amazing that I want to cry just thinking about it.

'I had sex for the first time, alcohol for the first time and I did drugs for the first time.'

The teen added: 'Every guest was allowed to choose two girls who would spend the entire vacation with them. One of my girls was called Andrea, and I fell in love with her.'

And another man named Ryan, who told his wife he was going on a work trip, said: 'The yacht was full of beautiful Latina women, dancing and drinking. As we got on we were handed drinks and people started to loosen up.

'Each man had to choose the two girls who would keep them company during the entire trip.

'Just 15 minutes into the trip I was already on a bed with them.'