A student has revealed how she has made thousands of pounds dating wealthy, older men – despite having a long-term boyfriend. Winnie Mei, 18, is a ‘sugar baby’ – a woman who receives cash and lavish gifts, such as handbags and clothes, in exchange for her company.
In just four months, she estimates she has earned almost £2,000, while being wined and dined by men decades older than herself. Many of her dates are married, with wives and children.
Remarkably, despite his initial shock, Winne’s boyfriend of three years, Mason Chilton, 19, claims he has no problem with the way she makes money.
McDonald’s employee Winnie first heard of sugar babies in September 2016, after a co-worker confessed to being one.
Intrigued, she signed up to Seeking Arrangement, a website which links successful men and women to attractive, younger dates, who enjoy the finer things in life.
And, within minutes, messages began to trickle in.
In total, she’s met up with 10 men – even holidaying at Niagara Falls with a man in his fifties. As well as being given a total of around $3,000 (£1,870), she has also received handbags, clothes and a brand new iPhone from her dates.
Keen to be sensible with her earnings, Winnie is saving them so she can complete an engineering degree. She also buys gjfts for her family, friends and boyfriend.
And, while her sugar daddies allow her access to the high life, she is adamant that she would never cheat on Mason with them.