Probe into 'sugar baby' teacher claim puts Sugarbook in spotlight

MOE looking into complaint she had advertised herself on website pairing women with men willing to pay for their time

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The website Sugarbook, which pairs women with men willing to pay for their time, is in the news after a user complained that a teacher had advertised herself as a potential "sugar baby".

The user told The Sunday Times (ST) that he had alerted the Ministry of Education in October after cross-referencing the female teacher's profile with her social media account.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on December 05, 2021, with the headline Probe into 'sugar baby' teacher claim puts Sugarbook in spotlight. Subscribe