Because of that, reports the Daily Mail, she graduated from Villanova Law School this year with no debt. She entered that kind of arrangement because, even with a scholarship, she faced more than a $50,000 bill annually for three years for tuition and expenses.
The form of sugar daddy relationship in which Kashani engaged in is vague. That lack of explicitness about her part of the deal could save her from being denied admission to the state bar - if she applies for membership.
Essentially, these transactions, facilitated by websites such as SeekingArrangement.com, indicate that there will be companionship. That could entail simply being the client's companion for dinner or to a professional event. No physical contact may be involved.
Some might view this as exploitation of needy students. Others might be more pragmatic. They might consider it enterprising for students to hustle their youth in exchange for funds to escape dragging around student loan debt like a bag of rotting vegetables.
The Daily Mail article might motivate other students to solve their financial problems by offering their companionship on a paid basis.