Haley Pierce, 20, says she will continue to charge her ex-boyfriend £200 a week to stay in touch with her after he made an effort to seek forgiveness from the university student
A woman says she is charging her ‘cheating’ ex-boyfriend £200 per week to stay in touch with her – after he got in touch seeking forgiveness.
University student Haley Pierce says she found flirty messages on her partner’s old Tinder profile earlier this month from when they had spent the night at a hotel together.
The ’emotionless’ 20-year-old says she ended their two-year relationship immediately, before sharing screenshots of his dating profile on TikTok.
It featured photos Hayley claims she took of him, and she found messages he’d sent to a woman on her birthday in June.
Haley blocked her ex-partner but has since allowed him to send her $300 (£218) a week on CashApp, along with notes written to her on the money transfer app.
Haley, from Kansas City, Missouri, said: “When I told him we were done, he started freaking out and that’s why I started recording it. He was hysterical and saying so much crazy stuff.
“I have no sympathy for him in that video. I was just feeling angry. It was trying to manipulate me.
“I recorded it so I could show everyone what he’s done and that he’s not the perfect guy everyone thinks he is.
“Out of nowhere I got this gut feeling about something and I asked him to tell me what he’s done. He told me he’d added someone on Snapchat so then I asked to log into his Tinder on my phone.
“When I looked I saw all the messages he’d been sending and that he even was sending girls messages on my birthday.
“I blocked him on everything. The next day he bought me cheap flowers, chocolate and a stuffed animal I already had, but it didn’t work.
“He called me from his brother’s phone and said ‘I’ll give you all my money’, so I told him to send me $300 and I’ll have a talk with him, so he did.
“Now he’s paying me that much per week just to stay in contact with him. At first I only allowed him to speak to me through CashApp but then he offered to start buying me food.
“I don’t have a good source of income at the moment, so honestly I’m just using him to buy me food. A couple of days ago he took me to the mall and he spent another $300.
“We used to cook at home, but he’s been buying me every meal. He’s trying to get back to me by paying me, but I’ve already told him the second I don’t need him anymore I’m done.
Haley and her ex have been ‘off-and-on’ for two years, with Haley claiming she caught him on Tinder in late February but got back with him in April.
Now the 20-year-old, who is taking a year out from studying Psychology at the University of Missouri insists she’s learned her lesson and won’t be taking him back.