Missing Boy's Mom Shops for Sugar Daddy Online
The mother of a missing two-year-old boy posted an ad online looking for a sugar daddy who could pay her thousands of dollars a month. INSIDE EDITION reports.
Did the mother of a missing two-year-old go looking for a sugar daddy on the internet?
That's the question swirling today after a page featuring the attractive blonde was found on a dating website.
She writes: "I'm seeking sugar daddy...I expect $3,001 to $5,000 monthly. I am looking for a real man."
Brandon Wade, who runs the website seekingarrangement.com, confirms he was recently interviewed by police.
The listing says she is a mother of two who speaks three languages, and is a 30-year-old blue-eyed sugar baby.
INSIDE EDITION's Diane McInerney asked, "What is a sugar baby?"
"A sugar baby is defined as a younger, attractive woman who is looking for a wealthy guy, namely a sugar daddy, to be able to take care of them," said Wade.
Julia Biryukova's son Sky has been the subject of a massive search outside Seattle for ten days. The mom says she left the little boy in her car after it ran out of gas and she went off on foot to find a service station. When she returned, she claims, the boy was gone.
She and her husband are divorcing. He was on the Today show.
"I do believe Julia has a...she is responsible. If she would just cooperate we can find where our son is," said the father.
Police say there are "inconsistencies" in the mom's story but have not named her a suspect.
"Any and all options that relate to Sky's disappearance are still on the table," said a police representative.
Now the sugar daddy profile raises even more questions about the mom's story.
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