Teacher Who Allegedly Sought for Sugar Daddy Resigned; MOE Said They’re Investigating

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When you were a student, a teacher is a person of authority who appeared to have done no wrongs in their life. However, when you get older and you see your peers whom you used to go partying with becoming teachers, you realised that teachers have their dark secrets as well.

Unfortunately, for this educator, her dark secret was exposed to the world.

Teacher Who Allegedly Sought for Sugar Daddy Resigned; MOE Said They’re Investigating

In Oct, a user of the website, Sugarbook, which pairs women with men willing to pay for their time, spotted a teacher advertising herself as a potential “sugar baby“.

He even cross-referenced the teacher’s Sugarbook profile with her social media before complaining to the Ministry of Education (MOE).

His reason for complaining was because he felt that the teacher should be “held to a higher standard”. The teacher had purportedly used her real name on the website as well.

MOE said it is aware of the complaint and they are looking into the matter.

MOE also added they will not hesitate to take disciplinary action and that includes letting them go from their job.

Although the teacher has denied the allegations, she has since tendered her resignation. She did not respond to the attempts to contact her by The Straits Times.


In case you’re guessing Sugarbook is a book filled with dessert recipes, you are going to be disappointed.

Sugarbook is a website which facilities relationships between women and wealthy men. These women are often referred to as sugar babies while the men were referred to as sugar daddies.

Unlike other online dating services, this dating service has the tagline “where romance meets finance”. That is because when utilising these services, the men will pay the women for their time.

According to a Sugarbook screenshot, the rates for the services can go from S$500 for hugs and kisses to over S$2,000 for sexual intercourse. The rates depend on which men are offering.

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However, these services may be illegal in Singapore. According to the Women’s Charter, getting paid for sex is not legal in Singapore.

If one is found guilty of soliciting sexual services will be fined up to S$1,000 for the first offence and if they continue to do so, they will be fined up to S$2,000 or thrown behind bars for up to 6 months.

If the website is found to advertise sexual services in exchange for payment, the person who runs the website will be fined or be thrown behind bars as well.

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