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The Envelope, Please.
A "gift" contained in an envelope, according to Nahas and a number of veteran Cannes escort women interviewed by THR , is how prostitutes get paid at the festival.
"It's always a gift," says a Russian woman who oversees a Paris-based escort agency with branches in London and Dubai. "Clients are told to put the money in an envelope and write 'gift' on the outside of it."
Women installed on yachts in Cannes during the film festival are called "yacht girls," and the line between professional prostitutes and B- or C-list Hollywood actresses and models who accept payment for sex with rich older men is sometimes very blurred, explains one film industry veteran.
"You'd definitely recognize more than a few names from Hollywood," he says. "These are actresses who made bad career choices and fell off the radar. They tell themselves what they're doing at Cannes is OK, that they're just on dates with rich men, when the reality is they're doing what prostitutes do. But they like the money."
Carole Raphaelle Davis — a longtime French-American film and TV actress ( 2 Broke Girls , Angel ) who grew up in international circles in Paris, London and Thailand — says few people realize that some prominent and moneyed society women spent many years as high-priced prostitutes.
Davis, who is married to TV comedy writer Kevin Rooney and divides her time between France and Beverly Hills, says she has two acquaintances who used to work the Cannes Film Festival as well as other exotic locales around the world. "I could never understand how they could do what they did," says Davis.
Davis says she has been propositioned by some of the richest men in the world but could never imagine sleeping with them for money.
She says the women she knew "traveled the world like jet-setters," and one of them eventually ended up marrying one of the richest men in France.
"This woman didn't even enjoy sex, she told me," says Davis. "But she didn't mind it, either. She didn't mind sleeping with men who were repulsive. She said it never lasted more than five minutes, so it wasn't that bad."
Insta-hookers? Sites say they expose 'Instagram models' who are really prostitutes.
Published July 19, 2016.
While there are plenty of legitimate models with millions of followers on Instagram (IG), there are also a bevy of “Insta-models" whose glamorous lives sources tell FOX411 are provided not by actual modeling work, but by Johns from whom they solicit sex by using the popular social media app.
Now sites like The Dirty, Tag Your Sponsor, and Tag The Sponsor are being used to out women allegedly using Instagram to secure sex clients.
Nik Richie, founder of The Dirty.com, told FOX411 he began to see call girls using the social media app around three years ago.
“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.
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