A woman has spoken out about her ‘career path’ and revealed how she can earn more than $20,000 per month by having six sugar daddies at once.
As 18-year-old Chloe Hyams admitted, she is a student who decided to pay for her studies by getting money and free stuff from her multiple sugar daddies.
The London-based undergraduate is currently studying psychology and neuroscience and aims to obtain a doctorate degree to qualify to become a clinical psychologist.
To pay for her expensive studies, Chloe has a maximum of six ‘sponsors’ aka sugar daddies who provide her with a monthly allowance as well as gifts such as designer clothes.
“I decided to become a sugar baby during the summer holidays before I began university as I was very concerned about money and this seemed like a very attractive option,” Chloe admitted in an interview with FEMAIL.
“The amount of sugar daddies I see a month is dependent upon my university schedule, during term time I will see between one to two a month, however when I’m not at university that amount could vary anywhere between four to six a month.
“This career field is highly appealing to me due to its incredibly rewarding nature. In my free time, I thoroughly enjoy traveling and experiencing new cultures.”
Speaking of her conditions, the teen added:
“I typically seek an adequate monthly allowance to help fund my lifestyle. This varies from £1500-3000 a month per sugar daddy.
“I also seek shopping trips, occasional gifts, travel and meals out. In return, I offer excellent companionship and see each of my sugar daddies between two and four times a month.
“Although I have not informed my family about my sugar baby lifestyle, the majority of my friends are aware and are supportive of it. I have even helped some of my closest friends to discover the benefits of entering the ‘sugar bowl.’”
While not everyone agrees with her lifestyle, the 18-year-old remains determined to pursue her job as long as she needs the money.
“The best part of being a sugar baby is the financial freedom it gives you. However, the worst part is receiving judgment from friends and family who do not fully understand the concept of sugar dating,” she said.
“All of my arrangements have been completely platonic and are based solely on companionship. In future I would like a relationship, but not with a sugar daddy.”
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