SWEET DEAL Webcam girl, 20, has dated 150 sugar daddies
SWEET DEAL Webcam girl, 20, has dated 150 sugar daddies but makes them wait eight dates for sex… and claims it’s saved her from a cocaine addiction so brutal she ‘couldn’t get out of bed without a line’
“Princess” Lenny Barwick, from Swindon, was tormented and brutally attacked by bullies throughout school, which destroyed her confidence
A GLAMOUR model who battled depression and drugs as a teenager has turned her life around – thanks to sex chats and sugar daddies.
“Princess” Lenny Barwick, from Swindon, was tormented and brutally attacked by bullies throughout secondary school, which led her to “attempt suicide multiple times”.
At 17, she began performing in a local strip club where she became addicted to cocaine.
Her drug addiction quickly spiralled out of control, and, at her lowest point, she “couldn’t get out of bed without a line”.
Desperate to get her life back on track, Lenny became a webcam girl and joined a sugar daddy dating website.
Now 20, Lenny has kicked her Class A habit and claims the X-rated work and praise from rich older men has boosted her confidence.
“I want to thank the bullies because if it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t have started doing what I do now,” she told The Sun Online. “I’ve been through a lot and I’m stronger for it.”
Lenny experienced horrific abuse at the hands of both male and female bullies from the ages of 11 to 16.
“I was bullied to the point where people would beat me up a couple of times a month,” she said. “If I went into town I’d be surrounded by people who wanted to attack me.
“They’d always pick on me for the way I looked. They’d call me a ‘slag’, an ‘ugly bitch’ and say I looked ‘like an alien’.
“It knocked my confidence completely. I had to see a counsellor. I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety. I also attempted suicide multiple times. I couldn’t face what was going on.”
Too afraid to tell her parents, a distraught Lenny would bunk off school and hide from the tormentors at her best friend’s house.
At 17, her life took a dark turn – she began working at a lap dancing joint where she got hooked on cocaine.
“I couldn’t go a day without it. If I didn’t have cocaine next to my bed, I couldn’t get out of bed,” she said. “I’d have to take it all the time, all day.”
Lenny claims she “never had to pay” for the cocaine because it was supplied by one of the 40-year-old punters who took a liking to her.
“I was his favourite girl. We ended up exchanging numbers and he’d even bring it [cocaine] to my house,” she said.
“In exchange for the drugs, I’d dance for him at the club. I never did anything more.”
At the height of her dependency, Lenny claims she was snorting between “two to four grams a day”.
“I could do about 12 lines a day. I was going this way for a year and four months,” she said.
“Cocaine changed me, at the time, in a good way. I was more confident, more happy, more willing to go out and do things.”
But one day, Lenny had a stark wake-up call and realised she needed to curb her spiralling habit.
“I got really ill and I realised the drugs were not helping me. I realised I was killing myself,” she said.
Lenny went “cold turkey” with the support of her younger sister Georgina, 18.
“She’d take me on days out to occupy my mind and stop me thinking about cocaine,” she said. “I’ve never relapsed; I’ve stayed clear of cocaine since.”
With her self-esteem at an all-time low, Lenny decided to give webcamming a go on the recommendation of a friend.
“She’d been through a similar thing to me and was becoming really confident,” she said.
“People were being nice to her about it and I thought I’d give it a go. I was 18 at the time.”
Lenny has now been webcamming – eight sessions a day, six days a week (Sunday is her day off) – for two years.
It is an extremely lucrative business, and she says it earns her between L300 and L400 a day.
“It can be just having a chat with someone who is lonely, other times people want full sex shows,” she said.
“They ask you to masturbate or get another person involved. Every time I’m on camera I end up being naked.”
Lenny says the kinky webcam sessions have helped boost her confidence.
“On the webcam site everyone has a different preference,” she said. “People come to my room because they like my personality or find me attractive.
“People call me ‘lovely’, ‘beautiful’… and it makes me feel good.”
She added: “Everyone knows I do it except my dad. My friends are happy if I’m happy, a lot of them do it as well.”
Most of the men she chats to are aged between 25 and 40, and are based all over the world.
Lenny has a penchant for older men and has been a frequent user of the sugar daddy dating website, SeekingArrangement, for two years.
“I’ve met well over 150 men and I go on about two dates a week,” she said.
“I’ve slept with two of them. I have an eight-date-rule: we have to go on eight dates and if I feel attracted to them I will.”
Lenny says some of the men online are “creepy” and she has to “politely ignore them”, while others lavish her with expensive gifts.
“On a second date I was given a Chanel bag and a pair of Valentino heels,” she said. “I didn’t ask, it was just gifted to me. I was gobsmacked. That ended after the fourth date, though, he got a bit weird.”
Most bachelors are aged between 25 and 50, are based in the UK and have high-powered jobs such as business owners and directors.
“They’ve helped boosted my confidence,” she said. “They’ve all, in their different ways, made me feel special and beautiful. That has helped a lot and is probably why I still do it.”
Lenny was in a five-year relationship with a 22-year-old man whilst also using the site, but that relationship has since ended.
“I’m not looking to settle down, I’m having fun,” she said.
After beating the bullies, Lenny is now focused on the future.
“I do glamour modelling and have an agent,” she said. “My plan is to keep doing what I’m doing for a few years then retire and live happily.”
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