An influencer and sugar baby says that she found her own father on a sugar daddy dating website — and they’ve never spoken about the awkward encounter.
‘When I found my father on the sugar daddy dating website I was using,’ she wrote, recording her shocked and disgusted reaction.
Ava Louise, 22, says that she found her own father on a sugar daddy dating website — and they’ve never spoken about the awkward encounter
Ava sent him a message reading ‘hi dad’ because he ‘doesn’t answer my texts’; instead, he blocked her and never spoke about the incident
While it was no doubt odd to see her father trolling for young, beautiful women to lavish with gifts and money, Ava didn’t just ignore him.
‘I messaged him hi dad,’ she revealed in the caption, but add: ‘He blocked me and we never spoke of it LOL.’
When a commenter asked why she would message him, she responded: ‘He doesn’t answer my texts. I thought he might answer me there.’
Ava’s parents are still together, and when she told her mother what happened, she said her dad ‘bought her a Cartier bracelet.’
Though she didn’t share any more details about her father’s account — or any awkward interactions they may have had since — her video did inspire commenters to share similar stories.
‘I just found my stepfather’s brother because he favorite me,’ wrote one.
When Ava told her mother, her father bought her a Cartier watch
Ava previously spoke about how she doesn’t have sex with her sugar daddies but makes them feel important
‘For me, I made it very clear on my profile what I’m looking for. That’s completely platonic, nothing sexual,’ she said
‘No girl I saw my teacher on there,’ wrote another, while a third said they found their OBGYN.
Ava previously spoke about her sugar baby side hustle, telling Vice in 2019 about how she got started as a sugar baby while majoring in public relations in college.
‘Freshman year of college, my friends were like, “Oh my god, we’re all on this site,”‘ she said of SeekingArrangement.com.
‘For me, I made it very clear on my profile what I’m looking for. That’s completely platonic, nothing sexual,’ she said. ‘There’s all different kinds, ways of being a sugar baby. Like, it can be sex work if you make it sex work.
She also showed off her profile, with a heading that said ‘looking to network’ with a smiley face emoticon.
‘I make sure I show up wearing something expensive, like super nice, and I’ll sit down and talk to them,’ she said. ‘I empower them and make them feel like they can offer me so much.
‘So it’s fulfilling them in a different way than sexually,’ she added.
Ava also made headlines in 2020 as the infamous toilet seat licker who performed the ‘coronavirus challenge’ on a private jet
She said that the incident happened on her ‘sugar daddy’s’ plane while she was flying to Miami, Florida, for spring break
Ava also made headlines in 2020 as the infamous toilet seat licker who performed the ‘coronavirus challenge’ on a private jet.
She was slammed for licking an airplane toilet seat in mid-March 2020, provoking the outrage of thousands who said Ava was just looking for attention.
The influencer did not seem bothered about the strong reaction her clip prompted online, and said it was a ‘social experiment in a later tweet.
She later revealed in an interview with Dr. Phil that she purposefully used the coronavirus pandemic to gain publicity and ‘clout.’
She said that the incident happened on her ‘sugar daddy’s’ plane while she was flying to Miami, Florida, for spring break.
‘What the hell were you thinking when you’re licking a toilet seat on an airplane on the way to spring break when the country’s shut down,’ Dr. Phil asked.
‘I bleached that [seat],’ said Louise, revealing she lied about the stunt.
‘I flew down on my sugar daddy’s plane with my best friend. So really, it wasn’t that dirty. I wasn’t putting myself or anyone else at risk,’ she said
She also said that licking the toilet seat was low on the list of questionable things she’d done over spring break.
‘One, I had way dirtier things in my mouth that whole spring break. Two, I bleached [the toilet]. Three, private plane,’ she said.
‘I flew down on my sugar daddy’s plane with my best friend. So really, it wasn’t that dirty. I wasn’t putting myself or anyone else at risk.’
When she was questioned about deceiving viewers, she added that she thought the media was lying about the coronavirus pandemic because no one she knew had contracted the disease.
‘Yeah, I think that’s what the media is doing I think with this entire virus,’ she said.
‘I was with thousands of people at Spring Break. I was kissing people, I was acting out, I was being promiscuous … and nothing happened,’ she said, attempting to rationalize her actions.
‘It’s funny because I created the fake news myself…I represent the whole Gen Z population in that I’m not terrified of [coronavirus].
She also admitted that she created the ‘coronavirus challenge’ because she was upset over not getting attention.
‘I was, like, really annoyed that corona was getting more publicity than me,’ said Louise, who’s admitted that she wants to be ‘insta-famous.’