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So-Called $1M Woman Insists Sugar Babies Aren’t Prostitutes

These days, everyone has a hustle. For some, they use their brains and business acumen, while others rely on what they have to get what they want.

37-year-old Nina Peterson falls into the latter category. The mother of two is a proud “sugar baby” who has made over $1 million being a companion to older rich men. In case you aren’t aware of the term, “sugar baby,” it’s described as a lucrative profession where wealthy men shower younger women with money, homes, gifts and luxury vacations.

In an interview with the New York Post, Peterson said, “A sugar daddy invests in a woman that he feels has the potential to be an asset in his life.”

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Peterson insists she’s no prostitute, saying, “A prostitute is not an asset.”

As a sugar baby, Peterson is provided with more than just gifts, homes and getaways. It’s the way she’s been able to afford plastic surgery.

“I’ve had close to $100,000 worth of surgery which obviously I didn’t pay for,” said the Florida mother of two.

“I’ve had my nose done three times, my boobs four times and I also regularly have cool sculpting and microdermabrasion.”

Her breasts went from a size 34C to a 34H.

She lives in a home with an outdoor pool and drives a $200, 000 Maserati Quattroporte.

Peterson says even though her life may look glamorous on the outside, there is still work involved in keeping her sugar daddy happy.

“I incorporate myself into his lifestyle so if he has to travel for anything, I manage it. I manage his home and make sure we hire the right staff,” she said.

“I’m basically his personal assistant.”

As a mother of two daughters, ages 9 and 12, Peterson is teaching them the tricks to her trade.

“Her sugar daddy buys her lots of presents and when she gets money she either takes us on vacation or buys us cute dresses. I’m happy that she is happy,” said Peterson’s 9-year-old daughter, Juliana.

The young girl goes on to say, “I would want a man that pays for everything when I’m older because then I don’t have to worry about things and that is what a gentleman should do.”

Peterson is aware her lifestyle won’t last forever, so she is looking ahead on how to build income doing what she does best.

“I want to open a sugar baby academy where younger sugar babies can be groomed to take it to the next level.  This life can’t last forever, so I’ve got to have something to look to in the future and supplement my income.”

We guess it ain’t trickin’ if you got it.

 

Brittney Fennell

Brittney Fennell

Brittney is the Associate Editor of Jawbreaker and a writer who has goals to disrupt culture in ways unseen.