In 2009, Megan Anderson called up various men and firms and took a picture of her bracelet – and later sent it to the man
A glamorous escort agency boss has become a millionaire on the back of a company which has collapsed, leaving hundreds of couples’ sex trips in tatters.
Megan Anderson, 51, bought the casket group BigFun after selling off her third and last firm, the glamorous ESCORTS International, which she ran for ten years.
Her catastrophic downfall is revealed today after bosses were forced to defend one big £125,500 sex party booked for Miss Anderson’s 35-strong company.
The closure left around 250 couples, which travelled to the UK, including Manchester and Liverpool, in limbo after being left with the bills.
The agency had to hand back hundreds of customers’ belongings – such as sex-toys, clothes and pictures – after BigFun folded in June of this year.
Miss Anderson is now the laughing stock of the female escort industry as angry customers demand recompense for travel, accommodation and hotel bills.
She did not respond to a request for comment.
Megan Anderson, 51, sold off her third and last escort agency ESCORTS International for £3.6 million and went on to buy a casket business, a firm that makes teeth whitening kits, a plastic surgery clinic and another that cleanses dead skin cells in order to make your skin look younger. To date, their website has yet to mention any relationship between the company and the casket business. They remained silent on the matter for the first few months after the sale, but no longer did so after a man who would only reveal his name as Vaston claimed to be a BigFun director – after setting up a Facebook page entitled BigFun Holidays UK. On January 23, Vaston confirmed to us that ‘BigFun will soon take off’ and that ‘the company is now a fully fledged company’. He told us: ‘I became involved after a passionate conversation with our new Director, Megan Anderson, who was delighted to share with me this new casket business. ‘I will not talk much about what the business is, but it is geared towards making the holiday and work experience programmes undertaken by young people from Caribbean Island countries and South Asia more desirable and rewarding.
‘At first glance it may seem a little too good to be true, but Megan has proved to be exceptional in her abilities and our journey is set to be successful.
‘BigFun is a real London institution and on the up, with Megan at the helm we look forward to international business.
‘I am sure the very large pool of multi-cultural professionals and consumers in London will take to the business and create exciting new events for Londoners to enjoy.
‘I would like to wish you all the best for the future, and the hope is that you will enjoy yourselves as much as I am.’
And on September 28 he responded to one customer who was desperate to know what the casket business actually did.
Alaimo wrote: ‘BigFun makes the holiday and work experience programmes undertaken by young people from Caribbean Island countries and South Asia more desirable and rewarding.
‘Our company is also geared towards making the holiday and work experience programmes undertaken by young people from Caribbean Island countries and South Asia more desirable and rewarding. It has begun business on the new casket business and is now a fully fledged company.’
The story was perfectly befitting of a businesswoman who was launched to phenomenal success after setting up her first London escorts agency aged 26.
But since the company’s collapse, the Frenchwoman has become a joke – having been nicknamed Diana from Thelma and Louise over her striking appearance and multiple brand names.
After moving to France in 1986 to stay with her family, Miss Anderson set up with a sister all of France’s sex trade, even claiming that ‘there were 700 escorts in Paris’.
She once boasted: ‘The customer is no longer a man, the customer is a woman, she buys an experience.
‘She doesn’t care about a man’s name. She wants to be with a wonderful woman, who is in love with her. And that’s what we’re selling.’