Skip to comments.Model, 27, who charged men up to $500 to date her finds love with a 'nerdy' coding analyst, 49 [tr]
Posted on 04/03/2018 7:15:59 AM PDT by C19fan
A model who charged up to $500 (£350) for a date has found love with an older 'nerdy' code analyst - after she stopped making him pay to take her out.
Emily Kearns, 27, from Downtown Indianapolis, explained how she started using 'sugar daddy' website WhatsYourPrice, which sees men paying attractive women on dates, to get over a relationship.
She said she never expected to fall for coding analyst and developer, Noah McCollam, 41, who she initially described as looking like a 'nerd' and 'not very photogenic'.
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One way or another its all paid for.
Bill and Melinda Gates?.........................
She overcharged her clients by $490.
If not up front, certainly later.
$500 a pop to sleep with her. That is the date.
I can’t believe anyone paid $500 for a date with her. She’s quite average in looks, and since she charges for a date, she probably has a demanding and unpleasant personality. I’d run far away.
You’ve got that right Brother....
That he “paid” her for a date...WTF is that?
At least with a hooker, you know what you’re getting up front.
That she has a bastard child and he accepted this...does not speak well of him.
She fell for his wallet, happens every day!
If you see a woman making “duck lips” in a photo, run far, far away.
Poor man doesn’t know what he’s in for.
Besides, he’s better looking than she is.
“That he paid her for a date...WTF is that?”
The professor in MA that killed Robin Benedict paid for dates——totally smitten.
That site hooks up some sick perversions. Some girs cant go through with it in the end but if she can survive the weekend there is 50k in her bank account. Thanks to Nick Ritchie’s site The Dirty i have read all about it. Do not accept a trip to Dubai lol.
Totally average, at best; the typical girl can get the same look or better with makeup and Photoshop.
Noah, meanwhile, usually tells people they met using 'online dating', for fear people will misinterpret his intentions for being on the site.
No, I don't think people will misinterpret his intentions. At $500 per hour, I think we all get them 100% accurately.
This guy is going to regret this.
A “model”. That’s what they call it now?
Uh, no thanks.
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