A prostitute’s life … story sold to the Daily Mirror

Former hooker Sarah Jones came to me this week to sell a real life story about how she swapped her job as a City Trader to become an escort. This true story appeared in the DAILY MIRROR newspaper this week.

After Wayne Rooney’s prostitute Juicy Jen sold her story to a Sunday newspaper last weekend, I was inundated with requests for stories about the world of the hooker.
Fortunately, I already had Sarah’s story on my books as she had recently emailed me about her life as an escort.
Sarah left school with ten GCSEs and five A levels and worked her way up to a lucrative job as a City Trader with a financial company. But when she was mugged and couldn’t work, she decided to apply for part time work as an escort. Naively she believed escorts really did just accompany men on a night out – and she was shocked when she discovered some men expected her to have sex.
But the money was too tempting and so Sarah became embroiled in what she now looks back on as a very seedy episode in her life. Despite being invited to celebrity parties and even meeting her wealthy husband through escorting (he paid £500 to have dinner with her), she says her past has continued to haunt her.
Although she gave up escorting when she married, her marriage broke up when his family discovered her past and disowned him. She now believes prostitution has damaged her emotionally as she is unable to trust men.

If you have worked within the sex industry, and would like to sell your story, do email me here.

Alison Smith-Squire

Alison Smith-Squire is a writer, journalist and media agent selling exclusive real life stories to newspapers, magazines and TV. She owns the sell my story website Featureworld.co.uk, which was set up to help ordinary people sell their stories to the press.

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