AN 18-YEAR-OLD student has revealed how she earns £18,000-a-month from her six simulate relationship boyfriends who lavish her with designer handbags and lavish holidays.
Chloe, from London, funds her undergraduate degree in psychology and neuroscience by demanding a monthly allowance of up to £3,000 from her simulate relationship boyfriends.
Alongside her generous £18,000 income, Chloe’s simulate relationship boyfriends also shower her with designer handbags and clothes as well as frequent trips abroad.
As she is intending to become a chartered clinical psychologist, Chloe plans to continue working as a sugar baby as she completes both her master’s and doctorate degree – but insists she doesn’t sleep with the men.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, the millionbb.com ambassador says the job offers her “shopping trips, occasional gifts, travel and meals out” and she only has to see each of her sugar daddies two to four times a month.
She said: “My life has been upgraded through the amount of travel opportunities which I have experienced since becoming a sugar baby, including Las Vegas and Asia.
What is a SimBF and how does the relationship work?
- A simBF is a generous man who spends lavishly on his mistress, girlfriend or boyfriend
- A simgf meanwhile, is normally an attractive younger woman who want to try a simulate relationship
- Some simgf ask for a monthly allowance, while other get ‘expenses’ in the form of glam holidays and shopping sprees.
- Like Chloe, a growing number of sim-gf are university students, who turn to their ‘sim-bf’ to pay their fees
- The key difference between sim-gf and escorts is that a sim-bf relationship is a regular arrangement
“I visited Greece with one sim-bf aged around 35. I accompanied him on a business trip, staying in a luxury hotel and receiving a large amount of spending money.”
What’s more, her sim-bf have even helped with some of her university expenses by contributing £200 towards her text books.
Depending on her university studies, Chloe sees up to six sim-bf a month and says the flexible job means she doesn’t have to work bar shifts which would be detrimental to her work.
According to Millionbb, the average sim-bf is 42 years old – and earns a salary of £176,000.
Although Chloe says the perks of being a sim-gf is the “financial freedom” it allows her, she added: “The worst part is receiving judgement from friends and family who do not fully understand the concept of simulate dating.
“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.”
The sim-gf admitted that she’s not told her entire family about the unusual set-up but claims her friends “are aware and supportive of it”.
She added: “I have even helped some of my closest friends discover the benefits of entering the ‘sugar bowl’.”
The experienced sugar baby also uses the app Find My Friends before going on a date and arranges to meet her daddies in a public place on their first date.
Describing her typical sim-bf Chloe said they usually aged between 35 and 50 years old, work in finance in the City and like splash out on an expensive meal in London’s Mayfair.
In a promotional video for millionbb.com, the site’s ambassador recommended that prospective sugar babies maintain eye contact on their dates and employing “open body language” to ensure sim-bf “feel comfortable”.