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A woman has said she was paid $500 a week just to text a sugar daddy - and it didn't even involve sexting.
Bailey Hunter, who's from Indiana, revealed the recurring transactions in a TikTok video yesterday last month.
She went on to explain how the relationship began when she spotted the man dining with a younger woman at Buffalo Wild Wings, where Bailey was a waitress at the time.
She explained in the video: "Right away I could tell it was like a sugar daddy situation. But I don't judge, like get your money girl. So, I'm just talking with them.
"But when he goes to leave, he leaves me a $100 tip on a $40 bill. And he leaves his business card."
By the time Bailey had collected the bill, the man had already left the restaurant, so she decided to thank him by messaging the number on his business card.
She said: "And he was like 'No you're amazing, you deserved the tip. When do you work next? I want to come in.'"
Excited by the prospect of making a few more dollars, Bailey told the man when she'd be waitressing next. He then explained to her he was about to buy a bar and wanted her to bartend, a proposition that led to a friendship of sorts between the pair.
"Whenever we would text, it would always be super casual," Bailey said. "I would always just vent to him like I would vent to any of my friends."
She'd just bought a house and told the man about her struggles, including how her washing machine and dishwasher broke on the same day. She was shocked when the man said he'd give her a helping hand.
"So then he just sends me the money for it," Bailey continued. "To the point where he would just send me the money without me even asking. For three years this went on and then one day he was like 'I really want to take you out on a date."
Bailey agreed to the man's request and was taken shopping, where she was bought Victoria Secret underwear, perfume and a Michael Kors purse. This was just the start of Bailey's 'sugar babying'.
"I've never had anything like this," Bailey said when reflecting on her experience. "And living in Indiana it's not something I was used to seeing.
"Then he bought me VIP tickets to EDC Orlando, he got me tickets to a Cardi B concert.
"And because I got spoiled so much in that, I was like OK I want to do this again. So when I moved out of Indiana, I gave him to one of my friends.
"And he started taking care of her, taking care of all her bills, taking her shopping."
Keen to find another sugar daddy when she moved, Bailey went on to the website Seeking Arrangement but quickly found that not all men were kind as the one she'd paired up with at Buffalo Wild Wings.
Bailey said: "I realised I had a unicorn. And most sugar daddies want more than just to text."
Words: James Aldred
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