Hugh Grant is addressing a scandalous time in his life.

This week, the “Paddington 2” star appeared on Marc Maron’s “WTF” podcast and looked back on his 1995 arrest after he was caught in a car with sex worker Divine Brown on Sunset Boulevard.

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“I was about to launch my first Hollywood film – my timing was impeccable,” Grant recalled of that time. “My problem was – that was my first Hollywood film and I’d just been to see it.

He continued, “The film was about to come out a week or two after that, and I had a bad feeling about it. I went to see a screening. Everyone in it was brilliant, but I was so atrocious that I was not in a good frame of mind.’

Grant had been in a long-term relationship with actress Elizabeth Hurley at the time, and had recently shot to stardom, thanks to the success of “Four Weddings and a Funeral”.

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“I had a Ken Russell kind of lunch – and one thing led to another,” the actor said. “I just was disappointed in myself. I don’t know what was going on. It was called ‘Nine Months’.”

As it turned out, Grant did not need to be so anxious, as the film went on to gross $138.5 million worldwide.

“The film did all right at the box office, in fact I think it did quite well, and that’s all Hollywood really cares about,” he said.