This super-successful sex worker says psychopathy is the secret to being the best in the biz.
Mia Lee went from working on Wall Street to sleeping with married men for money — and doesn’t experience any negative emotions about her behavior.
The amorous escort is a “psychopath” by her own admission, who views things in a “transactional” manner, according to Insider’s report.
“I don’t really have empathy,” she defiantly declared during an interview about her kinky career pivot. “I’m much more cut and dry.”
According to the National Institutes of Health, psychopathy “is a neuropsychiatric disorder marked by deficient emotional responses, lack of empathy, and poor behavioral controls, commonly resulting in persistent antisocial deviance and criminal behavior.”
About 1.2% of U.S. adult men and 0.3% to 0.7% of U.S. adult women are considered to have clinically significant levels of psychopathic traits, the American Psychological Association asserts.
Lee added that she operates “very algorithmically” when it comes to relationships, which also stops her from developing any attachment to her male clients.
Lee worked on Wall Street as a forensic accountant for years, before she quit her high-flying finance job after being diagnosed with depression in 2018.
She now charges up to $1,500 an hour as a “girlfriend-for-hire” for the wealthy Wall Street traders she once called her colleagues She also has a $20,000 48-hour deal whereby paying customers can fly her to a location of their choosing, and she will pose as their business associate or girlfriend at high-stakes meetings and power dinners.
“My tagline is, ‘You can take the girl off Wall Street, but you can’t take the banker out of the whore,’ and it turns out that that plays really well into a lot of professional gentlemen’s dream-girl-from-the-office,” fantasies,” Lee told Insider.
Despite not publicly disclosing her real name, age or face, Lee insists she feels no shame about her sex work.
The brazen brunette said she signed up for her first escort job on a website several years ago. She recalled that she experienced 20 minutes of “pretty bad sex” — but it made her $1000 richer.
“Instead of feeling dirty, I remember depositing that money into my bank account and being like, ‘I have gamed the f–king patriarchy,” she enthused.
While Lee charges hefty fees, the psychopathic sex worker concedes that business often “fluctuates.”
Last year, she expected to make anywhere between $400,000 and $800,000 before tax.
Still, lusty Lee says she doesn’t regret giving up her conventional career for the unorthodox escorting endeavor, saying there’s one feeling she experiences fully: happiness.