Billionaires’ driver tells all on sex parties, affairs, threesomes and cocaine

A billionaires’ chauffeur has spilled the beans on sex parties, affairs and rubbing shoulders with the super-rich.

Paul Wheeler has lifted the lid on the world of money – which including businessmen, oligarchs, footballers and celebrities.

The driver – writing under a pseudonym – has revealed the strange world of being the driver-to-stars as he’s expected to act as their own personal “butler on wheels”.

He reveals the extraordinary encounters from his clients' affairs, the wild parties with drugs and alcohol, shopping sprees and keeping their secrets.

In the book – titled aptly Butler on Wheels – he writes: “Each day is different, and some of them are exciting, as the chauffeur never knows how the client will spice up the day’s activities.”

He explains if you are lucky it will champagnes parties, and at worst you could end up beaten up by your own employer and shrugged off with a £10k tip.

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Paul recounts one account where one of his clients made him take himself and two high class escorts to five star London hotel, The Dorchester.

He explains how he witnessed the businessman – who he said looked like their “daddy” took them round the Debenhams in Oxford Street.

Racking up hundreds of pounds' worth of goods, he then proceeds to take them to a string of high class shops across London – all the while the trio fumble in the back seat.

“They both hold him and begin bestowing kisses all over his chin. They they get all get out and walk straight into Cartier,” he writes.

And then after finally dropping them off at the hotel, Paul is given orders to meet the married man back at the hotel at 4am to take him to his private jet at Luton Airport.

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And in another account, he reveals being with a group of other chauffeurs as they picked up six girls and a groups of “CEOs” and “MDs”.

The group racked up a bill of £20,000 with a boozy night at London nightclub Annabel’s.

Both his charge and the one of girls came back “sniffing” like they had “developed a cold in a couple of hours”.

Paul then had to take both them back to the hotel as they make the sounds of like you are “munching fruit to the core” in the back.

“I can’t erase my thoughts. That’s it open the windows. Her perfume mixed with…no, not thinking about it,” he writes.

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Paul claims away from the parties he also acts as a shoulder to cry on – and a child minder, and sometimes house butler.

He can also be expected to race through the streets breaking the traffic laws.

And he adds sometimes he might go home battered or bruised if his billionaire clients have had bad days.

Paul has to look after their secrets, often spending more time with the businessmen then their own families.

He claims the richer the client, the more fiery, insular, fickle and mistrusting they can become.

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Paul explains: “Living life the liberated way of a billionaire seems fantastic.

“Someone who is merely rich simply couldn’t play these games.

“I heard one billionaire dismiss a well-known and successful celebrity as a ‘welfare case’.”

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He writes: “The job can be exciting, even captivating, although at times it makes you feel empty and unnecessary.

“It’s never dull for long.”

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