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Sugar Baby Earns Up To £18k A Month To Fund Expensive University Degree

Jess Hardiman

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Sugar Baby Earns Up To £18k A Month To Fund Expensive University Degree

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Chloe Hyams

A sugar baby has revealed that she can make £1,500-£3,000 ($1,200-$3,900) a month PER sugar daddy, something that she says has helped fund her pricey university degree and a lavish lifestyle to go alongside.

While most students are scraping by living on baked beans and economy vodka, 18-year-old Chloe Hyams is doing things slightly differently.

Chloe is an undergraduate student in London currently studying psychology and neuroscience. She also plans to become a chartered clinical psychology, which means she'll also need to continue on to do a master's and doctorate degree.

To try and alleviate some of the financial strain, Chloe sees up to six sugar daddies a month, requiring an allowance of £1,500-£3,500 from each. If you do the maths, that means she has the potential to earn £18,000 ($23,000) a month from being a sugar baby - which she says never involves getting intimate.

Along with her monthly allowance, Chloe is also given shopping trips, occasional gifts, holidays to the likes of Las Vegas and spots in Asia, and dinners at swanky spots in the capital including The Shard.

Credit: Instagram/Chloe Hyams
Credit: Instagram/Chloe Hyams

In an interview with Daily Mail, Chloe said: "I decided to become a sugar baby during the summer holidays before I began university as I was very concerned about money and this seemed like a very attractive option.

"The amount of sugar daddies I see a month is dependent upon my university schedule, during term time I will see between one to two a month, however when I'm not at university that amount could vary anywhere between four to six a month."

She added: "This career field is highly appealing to me due to its incredibly rewarding nature. In my free time, I thoroughly enjoy traveling and experiencing new cultures."

Chloe, who meets men on a website called Seeking Arrangement, said that her typical companion is aged 35-50 and works in finance or banking.

Credit: Instagram/Chloe Hyams
Credit: Instagram/Chloe Hyams

She explained: "I typically seek an adequate monthly allowance to help fund my lifestyle. This varies from £1,500-£3,000 a month per sugar daddy.

"I also seek shopping trips, occasional gifts, travel and meals out.

"In return, I offer excellent companionship and see each of my sugar daddies between two and four times a month.

"Although I have not informed my family about my sugar baby lifestyle, the majority of my friends are aware and are supportive of it. I have even helped some of my closest friends to discover the benefits of entering the 'sugar bowl'."

Credit: Instagram/Chloe Hyams
Credit: Instagram/Chloe Hyams

Chloe said that while her family aren't clued up on her 'rewarding' situation, her friends tend to be supportive.

She admitted that she does still get some judgement from others, but said that she's proud of what she does, and that the best part is the financial freedom she gets from it.

Chloe warned that some sugar daddies turn out to be a 'salt daddy' - a term she uses for men who have no intention to enter a 'mutually beneficial' companionship.

She said the best way to avoid them is to simply be patient.

She advised: "Spend time talking via text or phone prior to meeting.

"The Salt Daddies will eventually flake out because they have no interest in being part of a fulfilling arrangement which involves an investment of time and resources."

Topics: uk news, News

Jess Hardiman
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