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“I started getting swarms of submissions to TheDirty.com from guys debunking female modeling careers because these women would constantly be flashing cash, private jet flights and exotic trips, but they had no jobs,” Richie told FOX411. “Their IG photos flaunted the ultimate lifestyle only afforded by rich men.”
The blogger, whose site broke the Sydney Leathers and Anthony Weiner sexting scandal story, said he can tell a legitimate working model from an IG call girl based on their app activity.
“For some reason these women need to brag about their façade; posting pictures on their IG of $25,000 dollar purses, red bottom shoes, cash and of course the selfies from a yacht in the South of France or Dubai,” Richie said. “100 percent of their IG postings are fake set up situations to lure more men to ‘like’ their pictures.”
A modeling industry insider explained that these women use social media as a way to attract future clients with seductive photos, noting there is no way selfies can translate into enough money to maintain the luxurious lifestyle they document.
“The sexy photos and videos are always giveaways to lure people in. The vast majority of these women aren’t making money from modeling,” the source said. “Going to a beach in a bikini isn’t a paying job. You get no income for having 30,000 followers on IG. That $1/1K followers [rate] is pretty much the standard for any kind of endorsement deals, should a model secure one.”
Which means sending a pic of oneself modeling a product to 30,000 followers would typically net a model with an endorsement deal around $300.
The site Tag The Sponsor refers to such women as “sponsorettes” whose lifestyle is provided by a “sponsor,” their term for John.
A source added that while Instagram is the latest frontier for prostitution, “the buying market hasn’t changed. This is just a recent avenue for the oldest profession.”
A John who asked we not use his name told FOX411 he solicits escorts on Instagram by looking for models who pose alone on yachts, private jets, exotic vacations, and wear luxury items, as well as those who post personal email addresses using domains like Yahoo! or Gmail rather than listing a legitimate modeling agency like Elite or Ford.
“I email her first saying she’s beautiful. Then, I ask how much her time is worth. How much would lunch cost me… $500?” he said. “We go back and forth until we reach an agreement. If she’s meets me in person, then I know she’s willing to do anything for money.”
The John said that IG prostitutes can make a range of money for sexual favors starting at around $500 per hour, and that seasoned escorts can bank over $10,000 for an overnight stay.
We reached out to Instagram to see if anyone has been removed from the service for using it to promote prostitution but did not hear back.
As for a woman who might be outed on sites like The Dirty and Tag Your Sponsor, Richie said the publicity can actually help increase their business.
“These women panic at first, threatening legal action against TheDirty.com, but what is better than money is fame," he said. "They instantly become Insta-famous and a sea of men reach out to them ready to open their wallets for sex.”
FOX411 reached out to Tag Your Sponsor and Tag The Sponsor but did not receive comment.
Report: The world’s top prostitutes.
Their careers are short but lucrative. They are as beautiful as any supermodel, with the stamina of an athlete and the social skills of a diplomat. They can earn ?10,000 for one night’s work. They are expected to leave their self-respect at the bedroom door. Charlotte Edwardes reports on the world’s top prostitutes.
Dark red, you know the one, like blood. I forget the name. Anyway, he wants that on your toes. Light-pink manicure – fresh, innocent. So what’s next? Underwear, yes. He wants you in La Perla, off-white. Corsetry. Nothing whorish.’ Lauren*, 31, is mimicking her madam, putting on a breathy Parisian accent, adding a few Gallic gestures for effect. ‘He’s a nice guy, veeery discreet. Remember: act like you know him at Northolt [airport]. Packing, let’s see: a cocktail dress – black, whips, lube. ‘ She laughs, returning to her own voice, which has a faint Scandinavian lilt. ‘And that was my life for 10 years. I was a high-class hooker. Call me a courtesan, call girl, escort, whatever you want. But basically I was a hooker. Just very well paid.’ She looks at her ring, an enormous pear-shaped diamond, and adjusts it. ‘Very well paid.’
There is an enduring fascination with illicit sex in high places and what is referred to as ‘the oldest profession’. Perhaps it’s the access to some of the world’s richest, most powerful men, the secrets, the scandal, and, of course, the sexual prowess of these girls, which is riveting to us all (remember Wallis Simpson’s ‘Shanghai Squeeze’ and how it was said to have captured the heart of Edward VIII?). Hollywood sirens like Marilyn Monroe (who made pornographic films in her early career) and Joan Crawford (who worked in a strip club) reportedly sold sex too. Others have gained historical notoriety from it: Mary Boleyn, a prostitute to Henry VIII before her sister Anne married him; Nell Gwyn, the mistress of Charles II; Harriette Wilson, the Regency courtesan who threatened to reveal her secrets and, supposedly, prompted the line ‘publish and be damned’ from the 1st Duke of Wellington, a client; and Cora Pearl, the English fille de joie who bewitched 1860s Paris. There was a media scramble to unmask the blogging call girl Belle de Jour (eventually revealed as Dr Brooke Magnanti), who was trading sex while studying for a PhD. She took her alluring nom de plume from the French novel of 1928, made into a film with Catherine Deneuve in 1967.
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