Her work comes with a gym membership, international travel and chef-cooked meals.
But instead of going into an office, Simone Toon’s only jobs are her two breast enlargements, paid for by older sugar daddies who enable her to live a lavish lifestyle without lifting a manicured finger.
The 25-year-old London “lady of leisure” rarely gets up before noon and spends her days primping, shopping at elegant department stores and lunching with friends.
“I go to Harvey Nichols and Harrods usually once a day. And I probably buy something every couple of days. Once every week I buy a new handbag,” Toon told Barcroft Media.
Toon — who calls herself a sugar baby — just can’t imagine a life without decadent things provided by a rich older boyfriend.
“A sugar baby is somebody who lives a nice lifestyle, living in luxury. You can live in a nice apartment, funded by your sugar daddy. You are just taken care of by an older man,” she told Barcroft.
“I could never ever imagine being with someone who wouldn’t treat me and wouldn’t pay for my lifestyle. I tried and it just didn’t work,” she added.
Toon — who started modeling in her hometown of Northamptonshire at 18 — began dabbling in the sugar baby life when she was 20.
“I was introduced to an older guy, who was very successful and it happened naturally. I found him really attractive and I liked where he lived, I liked the lifestyle and that’s how I became a sugar baby,” she told Barcroft.
Since then, she made an account on the website Seeking Arrangement where sugar babies can find sugar daddies for deep-pocketed relationships.
While Toon has sex with rich men in exchange for fancy things, don’t call her an escort.
“An escort is seeing people every hour. I’m not. I’m seeing the same person exclusively,” Toon told Barcroft, adding that she has been in six “long-term” relationships with sugar daddies in the past five years.
“You fall in love, you are heartbroken. Just because they are older and richer, it doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t get hurt,” Toon said.
When her first sugar daddy relationship ended three years ago, Toon didn’t know how to care for herself.
“I think it took me a little while to overcome the fact I’m on my own now, I have to depend on myself, I have to find a job, I have to kind of pay rent and stuff, that was the difficult part,” Toon told Barcroft.
“I have been in situations where I’m not happy with the person I am with and I haven’t broken it off just because of the financial situation.”
Toon says she has haters, but the negative opinions of others won’t make her quit her lifestyle.
“The most lavish gift I’m given is probably a car. That was really nice. It was a brand new Range Evoque, worth $31,000, which was perfect for me,” she said.
“I went to Dubai last week, for five days with my current sugar daddy. It was amazing. He just said, ‘Here’s $9,960, go shop, go enjoy yourself.’
By Alexandra Klausner – New York Post