SUGAR baby Simone Toon claims to be a professional “lady of leisure” who lives a lavish lifestyle at the expense of wealthy older men.
Toon, 25, says she is invited to glamorous parties, given thousands of dollars to splash on designer bags and shoes and is jetted off to exotic holidays.
Toon’s lavish lifestyle is entirely financed by her sugar daddies who pay for her serviced London apartments, gym membership, holidays, designer clothes and even her two boob jobs, The Sun reported.
“A sugar baby is somebody who lives a nice lifestyle, living in luxury,” Toon said.
“You can live in a nice apartment funded by your sugar daddy. You are just taken care of by an older man.
“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.
“My lifestyle on average probably costs about £4,000 (A$6,500) a month just to maintain everything.”
“I wouldn’t date somebody who isn’t rich — I don’t find it appealing to date an unsuccessful guy.”
Toon, originally from Northamptonshire, rarely gets up before noon, jets all over the world and never cooks for herself — instead eating out at Knightsbridge and Mayfair’s top restaurants.
She adds: “I wake up around midday — I don’t like mornings.
“I go to the gym, work out for about two to three hours, maybe go and have a sunbed or get my nails done.
“My best friend and I have lunch around 4 or 5 o’clock. And then in the evening I get dressed up and go out to a nice place.
“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.”
From a brand new Rolex to sought after Chanel handbags, to a shiny new car, Toon has received extravagant gifts from her benefactors.
“The most lavish gift I’m given is probably a car. That was really nice. It was a brand new Range Evoque, worth £25,000, 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 £8,000, go shop, go enjoy yourself.’”
Although Toon enjoyed a comfortable, stable family life growing up, her current lifestyle is a far cry from her upbringing in suburban Northamptonshire.
“Back in my hometown, there was nothing there really — no opportunities,” she said.
“So for someone to come into my life and say, look, there’s a flat, I’m gonna give you this, this and this … ”
And, far from wanting their daughter to get a regular job, Toon says her parents support her way of life — even becoming friends with one of Toon’s previous sugar daddies.
“My family were really supportive, they were really like, ‘If this is what you want, then fine, go ahead.’”
Toon has friends who are sugar babies, too.
“I have two friends who’ve qualified as a doctor and lawyer thanks to their sugar daddies — and they still are sugar babies.”
When she was 18, Toon signed up to a modelling agency and worked as a model for two years.
She claims she didn’t even know what a sugar baby was until she inadvertently became one age 20.
Toon says she was attracted to the sugar daddies’ charisma and high status — as well as their wealth.