Woman Claims She Is Being Haunted By Her Dead Sugar Daddy

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Haunted by sugar daddy Lydia Dupra is Melina Mason/YouTube

The relationship between a sugar daddy and a sugar baby can be a complicated business, and is certainly not for everyone.

This is perhaps best illustrated by adult industry entrepreneur, Lydia Dupra, aka ‘The Heaux Mentor’, who claims to have been haunted by the spirit of her deceased sugar daddy.

For five years, Lydia was involved with a sugar daddy by the name of Brad. Throughout their rollercoaster relationship, Brad treated Lydia to pairs of Louboutins, a Cartier bracelet, and even a racehorse. He also allegedly attacked her while on ‘whippets’ and took her out of his will.

According to Lydia, matters got more dramatic after Brad passed away, with events allegedly taking a supernatural turn…

After detailing her reaction to Brad’s death in a YouTube video, Lydia revealed:

He haunted me. Oh, so scary. So the first night he died, my man came over. And he slept with me. Cause I told him I was scared, I said ‘Brad’s going to haunt me, please spend at least the first night with me’.

So he came, he stayed with me and everything was normal. And then the next night I was alone. And right here on my dresser, I heard – oh, it was two nights. He haunted me for two nights in a row.

So, the first night, I was sleeping in this bed. And there was a dresser next to me. And it was literally right on the edge of the dresser, and it was [knocking sound] And that’s exactly what happened. The dogs went crazy.

When Lydia got out of bed and shouted for Brad to leave her alone, the knocking stopped. Lydia admitted she had ‘chills just thinking about it’.

According to Lydia, thing got even scarier on the following night, with a second alleged visitation:

So again, sleeping in my bed and low key hella paranoid. And I heard a sack of money slam on the dresser, and change spilling all over the floor.

But when Lydia looked around the room for coins, there were none to be found.

Taking to Instagram, Lydia reflected on her time with Brad, asking him to not haunt her going forward:

Exactly one year ago, my sugar daddy Brad passed away. He was 47 and died because of a heart attack and untreated diabetes. We had an incredibly toxic relationship and ultimately I wish I never met him.

As horrible as he was, I am sitting here and trying to dig up a good memory to remember him on this day. So here it is: Brad, you bought me my first pair of Louboutins, my first Birkin and my first and only race horse.

You understood the value of my time and for that, I honor you with my time today by making this post for you. I still don’t forgive you for taking me out of the will after you attacked me while you were on whippets.

However, you knew I would always be okay and yes….I’ve been living a double life this whole time with the guy you thought was my gay bodyguard and I’m also an author and serial entrepreneur. So, let’s call it even. I will finally visit you one of these days. Rest In Peace. PS please don’t haunt me again. -Demanda

People have been left stunned by Lydia’s ghostly yarn, and are not quite sure what to make of it.

One person trembled:

I am both terrified and in awe.

While another said:

I know you’re serious but when you dropped the change on the dresser I fell out laughing lol

If you’ve experienced a bereavement and would like to speak with someone in confidence contact Cruse Bereavement Care via their national helpline on 0808 808 1677.


Julia Banim

Julia Banim

Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications. When not Lad-ing about, she enjoys cooking, reading and trying not to fall over in Yoga.