What Happens When Your Luxury Home Is Outed as a Gay Porn Shoot Location?

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That’s what happened to a well-to-do Atlanta gay couple Lee Bryan and Joe Keller, whose “modern mini mansion that is widely admired for its architecture and design, as well as the exquisite details of its décor” was identified by a local rag as the HQ of Michael Lucas’ raunch flicks.

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The porn producer filmed, ahem, Piss and Fart in Bryan and Keller’s 3,300-square-foot home. Who agreed to it, of course! After all, there’s money to be made in letting a group of guys have sex on your kitchen counter. But then David Atlanta ID’d the home from the attention lauded on it in Atlanta Magazine and the Atlanta Journal Constitution, which just highlighted the place in a photo spread.

All we want to know, having not screened either of what we’re sure are Lucas’ fine films, is whether anybody was riding this horse in a scene:

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Photos: AJC

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29 Comments

  • ask ena

    That’s gotta be one classy porno!

  • ChristopherM

    Nice horse. Who decorated? Joey Tribiani?

  • osocubano

    Is that tacky horse with a lamp on its head one of the “exquisite details of its décor”?

  • [email protected]

    So wait … what did happen? Except for being profiled on a few gay sites, it sounds like there weren’t any negative repercussions.

    We once rented our home out to COLT for a film. It was an interesting experience to watch (kind of like the old sausages and politics addage — if you like them, you don’t wanna see how they’re made). We were even named #1 on NakedSword’s guide to porn locations in San Francisco. My mother would be so proud … if I dared to tell her.

    http://tinyurl.com/9kte8w

  • Aaron J.

    Holy fuck! That house is right down the street from mine, and I JUST read that profile in Private Quarters in the AJC. Weird.

  • Tom

    Luxury? That is some fugly, low thread count decor going on there. And I live in a tenement so that’s saying something.

  • jaybee

    From the AJC story: “The entire home is furnished with contemporary Italian pieces that create a clean backdrop for the funk and flair they’ve added.”
    Sounds like Piss and Fart may have added quite a bit of funk…

  • Vinman

    @jaybee: LOL Made my Frdiay!

  • Giovanni

    Cool house – whimsical but not crazy.

  • gurlene

    @Tom: I must agree. I think the overpaid. But hey, the last I heard there are queens out there with plenty of money to burn. Clearly here are two of them.

  • Phoenix (Say Hallo To My Leetle Friend!)

    @ Gurlene,

    The porno was probably to pay off their mortgage. Home prices have dropped 14% over the last year, and Georgia has the eight highest foreclosure rate.

    When they bought the house they probably did have plenty of money to burn….now, maybe not so much.

  • Kitty Kat

    Since they’re in the home decor business, I wonder if they paid for their furnishings with money they took a tax deduction for? Check ’em out, IRS.

  • Jake

    Wonderful! And I do mean full of wonder! Love the horse lamp. I made a large, poseable Godzilla action-figure into a lamp a few years ago, do you think these guys might be willing to buy it? At regular over-the-top, kvetch-as-haute-decor prices, of course! (It’d fit in lovely with the formica table top and the plastic chairs.)

  • Bitch Please

    Lets see, high priced plastic chairs, multi colored “ball” lights, and a horse in the dining room! Oh yeah, we are the fore-runners of good taste! Could this room be any more tacky?!

  • Helga von Ornstein

    @Bitch Please: Good lord. Please tell me that is not a horse-lamp in the living room of this “mini-mansion”. Seeing how the neighbors don’t appear to be the grass cutting type I wounldn’t be surprised if it were.

    I wonder if the bedroom is modern day or 80’s Frederick of Hollywood?

  • Andrew Triska

    @Bitch Please: Those aren’t “high-priced plastic chairs”! They’re “exquisite details”!

    I can’t quite pinpoint the moment at which “modern” became synonymous with “see-through” or “made of the same stuff as your two-year-old’s teething ring,” but it apparently happened and we’re stuck with it.

  • lessthan

    Has anyone said to anyone here that ‘tact is the better part of valor?’ What is the point of being this bitchy?

  • strumpetwindsock

    On a constructively critical note:

    I could think of several places on that horse it would make better sense to attach that lamp… particularly if it were on the end of an adjustable snake.

    The funny hat thing just doesn’t do it for me.

  • Helga Von Ornstein

    @lessthan: Who’s to say. However this house screams Michael Lucas.

  • strumpetwindsock

    @Helga Von Ornstein:
    When you press the doorbell, you mean?

  • TANK

    Tasteless awful. This further indicates that taste is innate, and can’t be acquired, only mimicked…and these idiots can’t even do that properly. Trash.

  • tastefull hostess

    At all naysayers – taste does not mean watching Martha Stewart and making your home a WASP heaven. People who want to talk about style, should first look at all the photos. And btw, this house could have definitely appeared in the Maison Francaise.

    And to Queerty, maybe you should lay off Lukas. One or two exchanges were fun, but turning your whole website into let’s talk about Lukas – is kind of passe. Are you sure he’s not paying you for keeping up the hype? After all, there’s no bad publicity.

  • MyCheapTwoCents

    @Tom: “low thread count decor” ROFLMAO

  • Jamie

    What is that weird fucked up shopping cart metal thing next to the window?

  • Helga von Ornstein

    @Jamie: Not only that but Ms. Tired Ass small window says it all. This is no mini-mansion.

    This is what is referred to as slap some paint on the walls, make a few minor “upgrades” (the hardwood floor feature comes to mind) and then go out and find two queens with decent enough credit who will blab to the world they own the first mini-mansion built in the revitalization of a inner-city crack infested neighborhood.

    Look how close the houses are to one another in the picture and how much room seperates that mini window from the sliding glass door and you can pretty much figure how large the rest of the rooms in this mini-manse are.

    LOl will the girls ever learn to think before they call Queen and Garden or Today’s Queen magazines/blog to come out with the camera?

  • TANK

    @tastefull hostess:

    Does it mean lucite chairs and wooden floors? GO BACK TO BOCA!

  • osocubano

    @tastefull hostess:
    If there’s no bad publicity, what are you bitching about?

  • Mark

    The least we could have seen were more photos of their tastefully decorated home’s interior.

  • Photobrad

    At least you could take the dining chairs into the back yard and hose them off when they were done filming.

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