A mom has revealed how, while out of work, she splashes out about £ 3,000 a week in designer items.
Margarita Tomovska admits that thanks to her toyboy lover, she has a lavish lifestyle.
And she’s not shy about showing off her wealth on her social media with piles of photos from her collection of expensive handbags and clothes.
The 29-year-old made headlines last year after she was in prison for driving 142 mph with her three-year-old child.
But after being released behind bars, she says she doesn’t even spend her own money – and doesn’t need a job.
The Instagram star, who has nearly 70,000 followers, was asked how to afford all of her luxury items.
She told a fan that her purchases are funded by her toyboy lover aka “my husband”.
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The stay-at-home mom hosted an ‘ask me everything’ session on her social media account, which answered the question.
She was also asked about her bank balance – so she uploaded a screenshot of her bank account with over £ 400,000 available to her.
She told her followers that the money all came from her younger boyfriend.
She added that she didn’t have to work because he paid for everything she needed, but wanted to emphasize that it wasn’t a ‘sugar daddy’ relationship.
When a person asked if he was a “sugar daddy”, she said “no, not a sugar daddy because he’s younger than me. Sugar baby.”
Surprisingly, she was unwilling to reveal her younger lover’s identity, claiming that other women always seem to steal her men when she has announced them in the past.
Margarita made headlines when she led police in a 10-minute chase in a 2018 Mercedes £ 200,000 Mercedes.
She appeared in court wearing a jeweled Gucci sunglasses, a £ 1,900 Balmain dress and Christian Louboutin shoes.
She quickly became known as the ‘Mercedes mom’ online before using her profile to raise money to support her lifestyle.
At the time, she claimed on a GoFundMe page that New South Wales police stopped her from finding a job.
The mother of one wrote: “I know you all don’t know me, but I’m not really a bad person.
“These dogs are liars and have something against me for no reason because I’m sure I’m not alone.
“They made it very difficult for me to keep a job, because no one would hire me because of the b ****** s of raptor and ACA together.
“So I made this GoFund me to get some support against the b ****** s they did to me and everyone else. It’s time we fought back. Enough is enough.”
The court heard that her three-year-old daughter sobbed in the backseat after the terrifying car ride.
Police officers were shocked to discover that the girl was in an unrestrained car seat.
She was detained at the New South Wales District Court for 18 months for the rapid pursuit.
Her lawyer had alleged that she had been under duress from Christopher King, who sat next to her in the Mercedes.
He is such a big man that the police needed two sets of handcuffs to restrain him, the court heard.
Magistrate Susan McGowan rejected the lawyer’s arguments and said, “Would a reasonable person behave like she did to a little girl in the back of the car? I don’t think they would.”
Police prosecutor Sergeant Amelia Wall told the court that there were videos of her car on Instagram during the police hunt.
The lawyer added, “Playing the victim on a GoFundMe page titled ‘Fight Raptor’, trying to raise $ 100,000 for her own use, while engaging in social amusement about spending thousands on clothing and accessories.
“Reprehensible and regrettable. Ms. Tomovska must be charged.
“The risk she posed to the community far outweighs the need for licensing.”
She only served four months of her 18-month sentence and said the time spent in prison was a ‘once in a lifetime experience’ and ‘generally not bad’.
She is now writing a book about her experience.