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"But when I got there, he tried to push me to get physical, and he wouldn't take no for an answer. I was alone, vulnerable, and across the country from home.It made me wonder what would have happened if I didn't get it under control," she says."I just thought, 'Maybe I'll get to go somewhere fabulous or on a few fancy dates.'" Soon, Abby was inundated with messages from men.Before getting serious with Michael, she met up with six sugar daddies one 40 years her senior and although she dismissed two right away, she continued relationships with the others.The men took her on first-class vacations, put her up in 0-a-night suites, offered to fund her start-up idea, spent several hundred dollars a day on her clothes, or offered to contribute to her college tuition every time she saw them."I pay for school myself and it's been a struggle, so the offers are tempting.I currently have about ,000 in loans and more to go before graduation," says Abby, who has accepted about ,000 in cash from three sugar daddies, including Michael.
He said, 'That's okay, I just want some company,' and flew me out there," she says.
Other than the pushy Beverly Hills guy, she's had three arrangements through the site and gotten intimate with two of the men.
One man who pays for her time is married, and although he wants dirty photos and Skype sessions, they've never gotten physical because he considers that cheating.
If she feels a connection, she gives him her phone number.
They text, talk, and then Skype before she agrees to an in-person meeting, since all have involved her flying to the men's cities.