British model Sophie Anderton, who was recently caught snorting cocaine on camera just days after she publicly said she was beating her drug habit, has revealed that she took up prostitution to pay out her drug debts and as a prostitute, she used to charge £15,000-an-hour.
Talking to The Sun, the Wonderbra model admitted that she was charging wealthy businessmen £15,000 an hour for sex to fuel her drug addiction. "This is the truth, warts and all. For a short while, I sold my body for a lot of money. I am not proud of it. In the summer of 2004, I was drinking a bottle of vodka a night and using cocaine by day. The coke ran out, my cash card was rejected and my dealer was ringing up demanding payments. I knew I desperately needed money - now," The Sun quoted her saying.
Meantime, Sophie Anderton was introduced to a call girl, who told her to dress sexily and priced her at 10,000 to £15,000 an hour. Her first sexual encounter lasted less than two minutes. She felt a bit sick before her first time. Her first customer was a smart Arab businessman.
"After about 40 minutes of talking, I decided to take charge and stood up and took my dress off. I pushed him back on the bed while he looked at me eagerly. I closed my eyes and quickly pulled down his underwear. I felt in control. It was over very quickly. He handed me the cash and I slipped out," Sophie Anderton said.
The model once traveled to Italy to meet a client in a luxury hotel. The client was a British businessman. This made her money-making side venture almost crashing halt. She said, "He said, 'Sophie, why is a nice girl like you doing something like this?' I couldn't answer. But the sex was amazing and the following morning I woke up and found a Christian Dior bag filled with £50 notes. I'd sold my body again and this was what it was worth."
However, Sophie Anderton's days as a high-class hooker ended when she almost threw up during sex with a "leering" overweight businessman. She had earned enough money to clear her debt. She said, "I had slept with five men and made more than £50,000, which paid my drug debts and a deposit on a flat. Now, I could escape."