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“She didn’t carry one of those handbags in the crook of her arm, she wasn’t tipping over with jewelry — all those telltale signs.” But after a few weeks of dating, red flags began to pop up: She refused to dine at midpriced restaurants, and when she invited him out to a bar to meet her pals, he was expected to pick up the tab for her 14 friends.“My girlfriend said, ‘Why don’t you buy drinks for everyone?“I want to go from a First Avenue princess to a Park Avenue princess,” says the UES singleton, who is unequivocal about her choosy checklist.“I’m looking for a perfect 10 — someone who’s 5 on the looks scale with million in the bank.” She earns in the top 1 percent, but she’s not interested in a parasite who’s not earning his own keep.“The litmus test is, if you didn’t have money, would your relationship still be the same?
“I’m very satisfied with her vetting methods,” says Michael.I wouldn’t necessarily call that girl a gold digger.” LEFT: Jess Alexus, 22. What she has to offer: “I’m low-key, young and loving life.” GOLDIGGER? Profession: founder and CEO of Haute PR, a public relations firm.