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Man From Council Estate Says He's Now A Multimillionaire With 15 Cars

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Man From Council Estate Says He's Now A Multimillionaire With 15 Cars

A man who grew up on a council estate claims he's now worth a fortune.

Tristan Tate, from Luton, flaunts his luxurious lifestyle on Instagram - where he has 200,000 followers - having made his millions by owning webcamming studios, before setting up an OnlyFans management agency three years ago, alongside his brother Andrew.

He now lives in Bucharest, Romania, where he apparently lives a 'playboy' lifestyle, spending his days surrounded by his portfolio of 15 cars, while dating 'various models'.

As such, the self-described 'Beast of Bucharest' believes money can buy you happiness.

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Credit: Instagram
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Speaking to the Daily Star, he said: "People who say money can't buy happiness are wrong.

"I'm currently in a Ferrari, taking it to Spain to drive through the mountains. I believe money accentuates your mood - if you're a happy person then it'll only make you more fulfilled.

"I've always been happy, so the more money means the more I can help people."

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One person he has helped a lot is himself, allegedly spending £11 million on his fleet of super cars, with a 'one in 60' Bugatti worth €4million (£3.4million) on its way in November.

He doesn't have a partner to share his wealth with though, cause he doesn't want to be tied down.

He said: "I've been dating various models. I'm known as a playboy in the country I live in.

"I'm always single, I'm definitely a playboy not a womaniser though. I'm classy - I don't treat people badly, I open doors and pull out chairs, I'm a gentlemen.

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"There's always beautiful women around me, they're one of best things in the world.

"If a man wants to commit, good for him if that's what makes him happy. I'm not that guy, I could if I wanted to, but I don't want to.

"I'm perfectly happy living this way, I think it's wonderful."

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Credit: Instagram
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Similarly, Tristan is picky about the women he works with.

He said: "I have tonnes of women wanting to work with me, they're lining up.

"I'm strict about who I take on at this stage though, if I don't think they're going to be a superstar, I won't hire them, it's not worth my time."

Don't worry though folks, many people have made loads on OnlyFans without the help of mysterious management agencies, so keep that chin up.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/talismantate

Topics: Money, Interesting, Community

Jake Massey
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