The controversial businessman has been pictured being filmed for a new reality show
ByJane LavenderAssistant EditorLiz Dunphy
- 11:32, 19 JUN 2019
- UPDATED15:54, 19 JUN 2019
He’s known as the multi-millionaire playboy who handpicks guests to attend the ultimate fantasy party at his orgy mansion.
Travers Beynon, AKA The Candyman, is famed for his polyamorous life.
As well as his stunning wife Taesha, with who he has two children, Travers also has a string of model girlfriends.
These even share his bed with his wife.
The couple have two daughters, Velicia, six, and Serafina, five, and Travers has two children from a previous marriage to Venezuelan beauty queen Ninibeth Leal – Valentino, 21, and Luciana, 17.
Taesha, a former body building champion, said that she actually instigated their infamous polyamorous lifestyle, not Travers.
And now the controversial businessman looks set to lift the lid on his unusual life with a fly-on-the-wall reality TV show.
Behind the scene shots which appear to show filming at his sex mansion have been leaked.
The show is rumoured to be based around Beynon’s eyebrow-raising family dynamic and will focus not only on his wife but also his girlfriends.
His model daughter, Lucciana and his DJ son, Valentino, are also expected to feature.
The leaked images show UK based production company ‘Gass Productions’ at The Candy Shop Mansion late last year.
Party goers from the 2018 ‘Secret Society’ party seemed to have witnessed a full camera crew at the lavish event.
Pictures show that film equipment was dominant throughout the 18 hour party.
A spokesperson for Travers Beynon said: “There has been great UK interest in Travers and his family however at this stage we can neither confirm or deny that there will be a reality show based around the Beynon family coming to the UK.”
Last year Travers Beynon hosted a ‘Secret Society’ themed party in his luxurious mansion.
It was dubbed it ‘The World’s Biggest House Party’.
The businessman said: “It’s only taken 22 years to create the best party on the planet. When you think of the Candmay party, you think next level – then double it.
“A Candyman party is a place to be free and live out your wildest fantasies without any judgement.
“The only problem with my party is that my bed only sleeps nine girls.”
Last December more than 1,200 people flocked to the bash.
Dom Perignon flowed, along with Moet, Gentleman Jack and Grey Goose vodka.
And the centre piece of the party – Travers himself.
He arrived on a floating stage on the river behind his 18-bedroom ‘orgy’ mansion.
People clamour to get on the guest list but there is only space for 1,000 people – and The Candyman has come up with a very unusual way of deciding who will be getting in.
He has teamed up with Celebrity Ink to brand fans around the world with a real tattoo of his Candy Shop Mansion logo.
Travers claims 1,500 people from countries including Australia, Indonesia, India and Thailand have confirmed they will be getting the tattoos.
Taesha speaking previously to Mirror Online: “When I was younger I was into girls. I was curious and I kissed girls but it never went further than that.
“Our first few years of married life were normal. We had children, we got married, but I would text him pictures of girls and ask him if he liked them or point out girls when we were out.”
One night, the couple decided to invite another girl into their company and their bed has rarely been empty since.
Four women – and just one man – sleep there on an average night while at parties, naked bodies tend to spill out onto the floor, the couple said.
“I like girls the way Travers does so it works for us both,” Taesha said.
The couple met when Taesha was just 18 but their 19 year age gap has not proved a barrier to their enduring love, they said.
An agent first invited Taesha to one of Travers’ Candyman parties but she turned down the offer.
When she was later recruited to work at a Candyman party, she refused two roles – as a rollerskater and a cloakroom attendant – but she eventually agreed to be a hostess.
And when she met Travers there she said it was love at first sight.
“I had Googled him before and I thought he was really hot but when I met him I froze.
“He was the most drop-dead gorgeous thing I had ever seen.
“He had glasses on and when he took them off he had the most amazing green eyes. It was instantly love for me.
“But he takes his parties very seriously. He just said hello and was very business like.
“He was not sleazy at all and clearly respected all the girls which impressed me.
“We didn’t get together that night but we were destined to be together because we kept crossing paths.
“We always saw each other on a track we both exercised on. I was with my mum the first time we met there and I was too shy to speak.
“But then we bumped into each other at a club. He told me I had a really fat ass and gestured at it.
“I couldn’t really hear him so I went right over to him and he told me I had a really big ass again.
“He offered to help me with my modelling portfolio and we just really clicked.”
The couple quickly had daughter, Velicia, now six, and found their dream house – the Candyman Mansion – where they now live and throw their elaborate parties.
Taesha said: “We had desperately wanted the house and when we were moving in we went for a celebratory dinner in a restaurant we had wanted to go to for a while.
“He started telling me ‘I love you. You’re the mother of my children,’ and all these sweet things.
“Then he took out a ring, got down on one knee and asked me to marry him in front of the whole restaurant.
“I said ‘yes I’ll marry you’. He had already asked my dad. He’s very romantic when he wants to be.
“You would not know it from Instagram but he has a sweet side. The Candyman is just a persona.
“Our initials were the same even before we married. We were just meant to be together,” she said.
Now they have a custom made bed, the size of three king sizes put together, that stands under a mirrored ceiling spiked by a stripper pole.
Expertly lit make-up stations, walk-in wardrobes and bathrooms line the walls.
The Candyman marketing strategy has outraged many, who claim the images objectify and degrade women, but the couple insist that Travers is actually a progressive thinker, and a feminist, behind all the sleazy marketing gloss.