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“I can almost understand the girls who do it to be taken out for dinner, but, for me, it would really mess with my mind,” she says.
and 4 p.m.” With that, the conversation last December came to a halt.
Says Di Angelis: “Obviously he’d done this before — otherwise he wouldn’t have been washing the sheets so much.
“I thought it was hysterical at first, but then I felt badly for the girlfriend.” The would-be Lothario is one of hundreds of potential dates who have contacted the Manhattan actress and model since she joined Seeking Arrangement (also known as SA) in November 2017. The online agency, which matches needy so-called “sugar babies” with wealthy “sugar daddies” for a “mutually beneficial relationship,” bills itself as the world’s largest “sugar website.” It claims to have more than 3.25 million active members in the United States alone, although that number can’t be verified.
The interactions are legal because the terms fall within a gray area where women are compensated with gifts (often cash) for their time — not for sex, which may or may not result following an introduction.
“I wanted to see if he was shallow.” Apparently he wasn’t, but he seemed “lonely and depressed.” “He asked me, ‘What can I give you as a gift? He told her, “You get the ‘dinner girls’ who just want a free meal somewhere like Tao or Lava Lounge, then the ‘time girls’ who charge between $300 and $1,000 for their company alone.” She also learned of a woman who insisted her baggie full of crystal meth contained sequins because she was a seamstress, and another who repeatedly demanded $500 for her dog.