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Playboy 'The Candyman' Vows To Return To Non-Stop Party Lifestyle After Being Stopped By Covid

Emily Puckering

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Playboy 'The Candyman' Vows To Return To Non-Stop Party Lifestyle After Being Stopped By Covid

The world's 'most notorious' playboy has vowed to return to his wild, party-going lifestyle after being stopped by Covid-19.

Travers Benyon, who likes to be known as 'The Candyman', has spoken about how strict lockdowns have forced him to slow down a little, but he's insisted it's merely 'the calm before the storm'.

The Australian is the heir and managing director to the FreeChoice tobacco empire and alongside working as a model and a footballer, Travers now spends his time flaunting his flamboyant lifestyle on Instagram.

When he's not surrounded by supermodels, he's driving flash cars and hosting luxury parties worth hundreds of thousands of dollars... but it seems as if Covid-19 had other ideas for his eye-opening lifestyle.

Credit: Instagram/@candyshopmansion
Credit: Instagram/@candyshopmansion

Speaking to The Sun Online, Travers explained that the Covid rules in Australia - some of the world's strictest - have halted his hedonistic antics.

"Covid restrictions have been difficult to navigate here in Australia so I have used my time to do many renovation projects to the Candy Shop Mansion," he said.

Normally, he'd be using his Queensland mansion to host extravagant parties but these days, the 15-bedroom, 19-bathroom family home he shares with his wife and four children is now more sedate due to the virus.

Known for his polyamorous relationship, his parties pre-Covid would often involve hundreds of bikini-clad women, pectacular entertainment and endless supplies of booze and food that would come to around $240,000 every time.

Despite his wild parties, he said 'family always comes first, business second and then the parties'.

However, Travers said the good times will roll once again at the Candy Shop Mansion when the lockdown restrictions ease.

"Consider it the calm before the storm," he said.

Credit: Instagram/@traversbeynonofficial
Credit: Instagram/@traversbeynonofficial

Earlier this year, his 19-year model daughter, Lucciana Benyon, revealed what it was like living with her dad’s multiple girlfriends in their luxury mansion.

Lucciana said to The Sun that while some teens worry about telling their parents what they get up to, her stories are relatively tame compared to those of her tobacco magnate father.

Lucciana insists that, unlike her parents, she is not into polygamy but she said it was 'a lot of fun' growing up surrounded by so many women.

But believe it or not, she recalls her dad being strict with her on occasions and she was once grounded for three months for sneaking out without permission.

Looks like multi-millionaire tycoons are just like regular dads afterall!

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@candyshopmansion

Topics: World News

Emily Puckering
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