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Boca Raton Woman Calls For “National Sugar Daddy” Appreciation Day

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But Is This Woman For Real?

This woman is getting National attention after calling for Boca Raton’s Planning and Zoning Board to declare March 10th “National Sugar Daddy Appreciation Day.” But “Ashley Cream” doesn’t appear to be a real person living in Palm Beach County. (Image: City of Boca Raton).


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — National media this morning is reporting the comments made by a woman who identified herself as “Ashley Cream.” Flanked by a man who appears to be a senior citizen, Cream called on Boca Raton Planning and Zoning Commissioners to declare March 10th as “National Sugar Daddy Appreciation Day.” According to multiple outlets, Cream said that, “sugar daddies, and yes, even sugar mommies, are responsible for college educations, cars, homes, vans, jets…and the occasional body enhancement.” 

Cream said that “Sugar Daddies help support our local economy.”

But while media fawns over the woman, ran a background check and learned that there is seemingly no one named “Ashley Cream” living in Palm Beach County. There is someone who uses that name as an alias, but she is apparently an educator in another part of the country. There is no record of “Ashley Cream” ever receiving a speeding ticket, a parking ticket, or owning property in Palm Beach County.

It’s unclear why anyone would ask a Planning and Zoning Commission to declare any day as a special day — that’s something beyond the powers of an advisory committee.

Said Cream at the public meeting: “Miami, Palm Beach and Boca lies the most concentrated populace of these aged benefactors.”



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