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Woman defends 33-year age gap relationship after admitting she planned to ‘milk him dry’

Woman defends 33-year age gap relationship after admitting she planned to ‘milk him dry’

Carrie Leigh was 27 when she first met 60-year-old Randy on Tinder, and the pair have now been together for three years

A woman has defended her relationship with her partner who is 33 years older than her.

When 27-year-old Carrie Leigh first met Randy, who was 60 at the time, said that she had a very clear goal with him.

Speaking on YouTube series Love Don't Judge, she said that he had initially been attracted to him because 'he went on a lot of holidays.'

The pair have been together for three years.
YouTube / Love Don't Judge

And as for her intent when they first got together, she made that very clear in the appearance on the YouTube series.

"My first intention when I met Randy was to basically milk him dry," she said.

"I wanted to get from him what I could and peace out."

Well, that's nice and clear.

When the pair were first together, Carrie - who is younger than some of Randy's sons - would frequently ask for money and support.

But now Carrie is a stay-at-home girlfriend, while Randy goes to work in sales.

Carrie said that this is a far cry from how things started, saying: "I actually thought it was going to be more of a business transaction."

Randy added: "I would get a message [saying], 'Hey can you do me a favour and help me out because, you know, I’m low on money.'"

Carrie said she wanted to 'milk him dry' when they got together.
YouTube / Love Don't Judge

But then Carrie decided she didn't want this kind of relationship anymore, so decided to ghost Randy.

She said: "I didn’t message him for months. I said: 'I’m going to change my life, I’m going to do the right thing, I’m going to get a job.'"

But when Randy checked in on her, things changed. He offered to buy her a car so she wouldn't have to walk to and from work.

And not just any car either, it seems.

He said: "I ended up buying her a BMW."

After a year of dating long distance, Carrie wanted to meet him in person.

She said: "I felt sorry that I was kind of neglecting him and his feelings when he was doing so much for me."

Finally, the pair got together.

Carrie shared: "He sat me down one day and said: 'Make a list of all your problems, and we’ll check them off one by one.'

"And probably a week later he said to me: 'If you give me a year I’ll change your life.'

"I had a different mindset [when we first met], but when you fall in love with somebody then you appreciate them for what they are."

Randy has also noticed a difference, saying: "I’ve seen a change in the way she treats me in the beginning [compared to the] last two or three years."

As for the age gap, they still get looks. Carrie said: "People typically assume that I’m a gold digger, or I have daddy issues."

Even so, the couple don't let this get to them.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Love Don't Judge

Topics: Sex and Relationships, YouTube, Social Media