The ex-participant of ‘Big Brother’ has invested a lot in her new house
Despite leaving television due to the veto suffered by Mediaset, Sofía Suescun has not seen her fame or her ability to obtain income diminished thanks to her. In fact, according to her statements to the magazine Lecturas, she is very happy with the benefits that she has achieved, since they have allowed her to collect and invest a huge amount of money for her new house.
“She is already paid”, with these words Sofía Suescun made it clear that her new home, which she shares with her boyfriend Kiko Jiménez, is paid for. That, despite the money that, according to herself, has cost her: one million euros. And it is not for less, since the Navarran influencer put a lot of effort into building a house from scratch and making it to her liking.
The house is located in an urbanization of Valdemorillo, in Madrid. There she resides not only with Kiko, but with her mother, Maite Galdeano, who suffers from cancer and is going through a delicate moment of health. To help her, Sofía Suescun has all kinds of luxuries in her house thanks to her work as an influencer and model.
From ostracism on television to success on networks
The former ‘Big Brother’ participant disappeared from television a year ago. At that time, she presented ‘Extreme Adventure’, a space focused on ‘Survivors 2021’. However, after refusing to be represented by an agency that brings several Mediaset influencers and continuing with Immanagement Agency, the group decided to dispense with her services.
It does not seem that the decision was wrong, at least for Sofía Suescun, who has 1.3 million followers on Instagram and where she shares her day-to-day life, in addition to developing campaigns with which she pockets a fortune. “She earned about 30,000 euros a month,” she confessed in Readings.
Her new life as an influencer, as she herself admitted in her interview, has allowed her to increase her income and not miss her television appearances: “In social networks I am earning infinitely more than on TV, but I don’t close myself to come back if I like the project”.