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Model paid $42,000 to read all of the Game of Thrones books before new series came out

Dominic Smithers

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Model paid $42,000 to read all of the Game of Thrones books before new series came out

How far would you go to make sure you were up to date with your favourite series? The answer: probably not as far as this lad.

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Over the past few weeks, House of the Dragon fans have been glued to their screens, tuning in for every twist and turn of the long-awaited prequel.

One of those who couldn't wait for it to start was John, from New York, who forked out a whopping $42,000 for a pornstar to read him all of the Game of Thrones books. See, told you.

The 43-year-old had been chatting to Charley Hart for a while, and when he heard about the new show, he thought it was the perfect opportunity for him to not only get his rocks off but to also get a little refresher on the saga.

"I've been an avid reader for as long as I can remember. I love to immerse myself in the worlds of Tolkien and Martin, for example," John tells LADbible.

John forked out $43,000 to get up to date with the Game of Thrones story. Credit: HBO
John forked out $43,000 to get up to date with the Game of Thrones story. Credit: HBO

"They take me away from whatever is going on in my life at that time.

"Like many people, I had forgotten much of GoT since it concluded in 2019, so I asked Charley if she would help me escape and read the novels to me so I could catch up before House of the Dragon premiered.

"She obliged and we soon found ourselves lost in private sessions for hours on end. She would read to me and I would listen and chime in here and there. It was great and an experience I'll never forget. I'm forever grateful to Charley."

Adding: "Every session didn't have a sexual element. In fact, most didn't. She read to me and I listened and we chatted about what happened."

"There was one occasion we role-played. I was a king and she was my queen. It was good fun."

Charley says she is a massive nerd, so loved the opportunity to get into the immersive world of Game of Thrones.

"It would last like three hours - breaks and everything," she tells me. "Yeah, there was one day we did eight hours. So yeah, it got real - but we were hanging out.

Charley would read to John for hours at a time, completing all of the Game of Thrones books in 25 very expensive sessions. Credit: Charley Hart
Charley would read to John for hours at a time, completing all of the Game of Thrones books in 25 very expensive sessions. Credit: Charley Hart

"When lighting would change, we would move places, like, we read in the tub one time."

Adding: "I think it took us like 25 sessions to get all the way through all the books and everything."

And unsurprisingly, Charley says this is the biggest total payment she's received from a customer.

"Well, now that I look at the analytics and look at it across all those times, I'm like, 'Whoa, okay, yeah, we were we were on for a while, so yeah, I did make some money that day'.

"There have been other times that I've been in privates for hours, but I guess that's probably the biggest."

Charley says it's even made her a fan of the series herself.

Adding: "I've been watching the new series now, and I'm excited to see where all the storylines like came from."

And if you're wondering whether John and Charley have carried on talking after their spenny sessions, they have.

Charley jokes: "Yeah, he better not duck out now."

Featured Image Credit: Charley Hart/HBO

Topics: US News, House of the Dragon, Game of Thrones, TV and Film

Dominic Smithers
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