Carolina Lekker, a Playboy model, says that she charges women up to $2,000 to approach their boyfriends on social media to test how faithful they really are.
She approaches unsuspecting men whose spouses or lovers suspect of being potentially unfaithful using Instagram and other social media platforms. After enticing exchanges, she invites them to meet with her, and if they do, they are busted. Lekker then keeps the money and exposes their perfidy to their partner. If they resist their charms and prove their faithfulness, she returns the fee to the client.
Nice. (Incidentally, this is similar to the plot of Netflix’s “Clickbait,” on which I still have not managed to arrange the promised Zoom colloquy.) She is scum, and so are her clients. Any man who discovered that his spouse would pay to sic this human succubus on him would have grounds for ending the relationship regardless of whether or not he succumbed to her wiles.
Carolina says she has already spent $150,000 on plastic surgery in her quest to achieve the “most expensive body on Instagram.” Whatever money she earns from her entrapment business will also go into her self-enhancement project.
There is a male version of this creep too: Xavier Long, a 20-year-old man from Alabama, who claims he is paid several thousands of dollars per week by men who want him to test their girlfriends’ loyalty.