The students using 'sugar daddies' to fund their education
I haven’t been involved with anyone I don’t like and don’t get on with
With Freshers week upon us and university fees rising, thousands of students have turned to controversial 'sugar daddy' websites to help fund their education.
Offering to hook up wealthy men with young attractive women for a "mutually beneficial relationship", the website Seeking Arrangements, says almost three quarters of their student members receive monthly allowances from their own sugar daddy.
Last year we made around $40 million
We spoke to Angela Jacob Bermudo from the website, who admitted it makes 'millions' - but insists it shouldn't be compared to an escort agency plus we meet some people who are signed up
'Sugar baby' Holly has a sugar daddy - but their arrangement doesn't include sex and she simply attends events with the man once a week. Meanwhile, Clover does have sexual relationships with sugar daddies.
We also hear from 'Darren', an anonymous married man who takes advantage of the website.
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