This Instagram model catches cheating boyfriends one DM at a time

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Carolina Lekker's good looks have helped her make a fortune by honey trapping cheating men on social media. (PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/@carollekker_)
Carolina Lekker's good looks have helped her make a fortune by honey trapping cheating men on social media. (PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/@carollekker_)

How far would you go to find out if your partner is being faithful to you?

A Playboy model has made a fortune from women who pay her to put their partners’ loyalty to the test.

Carolina Lekker from Barcelona says she gets paid up to R28 000 to honey trap men who are in relationships.

After receiving the man’s number and Instagram profile, Carolina (24) gets to work.

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“I contact them first on Instagram and wait for them to respond,” says the model who has graced the cover of Playboy Africa.

Then she keeps them talking until the conversation gets hotter.

“If after a lot of talking he wants to meet with me, I get the money and he doesn’t pass the loyalty test.

“If he doesn't fall for my chat, I return the money.”

Though most of her business comes from women who suspect their partners are cheating, some men also contact her directly.

Carolina’s services are in high demand – she’s already made R150k since she started her business.

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So what does she plan to do with all the money she’s earned?

The brunette beauty wants to reach her goal of having the most expensive body on Instagram, where she has half a million followers.

She’s already had four nose rhinoplasties, liposuction, butt injections and facial harmonisation (surgical techniques to modify facial features so they appear more traditionally feminine or masculine).

And Carolina has no plans of stopping now.

“It’s a different pain but it’s worth it,” she says. 

Sources: dailymail.co.uk, dailystar.co.uk, nypost.com, Instagram

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