UPDATED: Wealthy West Palm Socialite Gives Away $5K So He Can Get Laid

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Write an essay, win cash.
No, it's not an April Fool's joke -- at least, not yet.

An anonymous, wealthy West Palm Beach man is offering to give $5,000 to a stranger because his wife wants him to be more charitable. Specifically, she said, "Be more philanthropic and charitable, and until then, NO SEX!"

So the man is running an essay contest of sorts. Beginning at midnight tonight -- yes, the start of April Fool's Day -- members of the impoverished masses are asked to submit 50-word essays on why they deserve the money. The man and his wife will review the entries and pick a winner. But hurry! The contest lasts only 24 hours, ending at midnight on April 1. The website to submit an entry is dealfool.com
The Juice called the man's P.R. agent, Stefani Miller at Tommy Alastra Productions in Los Angeles. She says the generous benefactor really lives in West Palm and does business in Miami and L.A. He wants to remain anonymous for now but might reveal his identity later. And she swears this is not a hoax. So direct your angry phone calls to her.

Good luck!

UPDATE: This contest might be a gimmick to promote a Groupon-style website. Read more here.

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17 comments
BATCHOFBIRDS
BATCHOFBIRDS

He scammed about 10000 email addresses and the hopes of the people who are in need.REALLY SAD !

Jennifer
Jennifer

it’s not a gimmick, they really are gifting away the money, dealfool.com was started by an area philanthropist who felt that gifting the public the opportunity to ‘plea’ a case for why they really deserve his money was a much better way to do good deeds and give to those in need than just writing out checks to area charities

Phil
Phil

It's no gimmick, they really are gifting away the money. dealfool.com was started by an area philanthropist who felt that gifting the public the opportunity to 'plea' a case for why they really deserve his money was a much better way to do good deeds and give to those in need than just writing out checks to area charities

bocagirl
bocagirl

OMG!!! This is awesome!!! I hope I get the money, I have soooooo many student loans to pay off. I cant wait to find out if I'm the winner. Love this guy, but love his wife even more.

James
James

No it's still going! Thank god - I need that money.

Jayden
Jayden

It's all an advertising gimmick:

SMA (Social Media Advisors, Inc.) is a Social Media Powerhouse assisting businesses develop their presence through outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, and Blogs. Dated advertising models are out. Social media is the definitive new way to drive customers to your business. Out team consists of executive talent with experience from Hollywood Producers, Attorneys, and Wealth Wealth Mangers. Currently, we offer one franchise www.dealfool.com. We have several Niches in the pipelines including: Women's Luxury, Men's Luxury, Mom & Family, Gay & Lesbian, Experiences, and Celebrity endorsed products.Specialties

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FFL
FFL

The website does work, and the contest is real!

Fat Hand
Fat Hand

Hey West Palm Beach socialite! Do this:

Step one: talk to your neighbor Jeffrey Epstein.

Step two: get laid!

Steven
Steven

Wow - it's real!

Lisa Rab
Lisa Rab

The entry form will not be enabled until midnight.

Barb
Barb

Jennifer? Or is it Phil? (Who made the exact same post two days prior.) That web site is owned by Social Media Advisors, Inc. Your damage control is as sloppy as the bread crumbs you've left about your identity all over the internet. The site MIGHT be giving away 5K, but the story about the philanthropist and his sex life is a big steaming pile of bull squeeze. I can't believe New Times has been played this way. Do you people not have fact checkers?

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