“The Candyman,” as Beynon’s known, confirmed today that he’s filming a reality show.
Frequently accused of disrespecting women, Beynon has worked as a model and an AFL player in the past. He’s also an heir to an Australian tobacco fortune.
But he’s most famous for his notorious Instagram feed, where he posts photos of parties at his “Candyshop Mansion” as well as models in bikinis. He’s accumulated 362,000 followers on the platform.
You might remember him from the time he “walked” his wife and her friend, pretending their bikini straps were leashes. Even Bilzerian himself questioned that stunt.
Currently, not much is known, but the show’s working title is “The Candyman Can.” It’s expected to shoot throughout Europe and in Australia.
We’ve reached out to Beynon’s camp for more details but have yet to hear back. Keep reading for more details on Beynon’s ridiculous life.
Travers Beynon is the heir to an Australian tobacco fortune. He calls his six-bedroom home the 'Candyshop Mansion' and calls women like the ones in this photo his 'Candyshop Goddesses.'
His mansion is reportedly worth $3.8 million. His parents made their money on FreeChoice tobacco, which has 200 stores in Australia. He also works in the family business.
His wife Taesha's grandparents often speak to the Australian media about how concerned they are for her. Taesha and Beynon have two young children who've never met their mum's grandparents. Here's the family with Beynon's mother, as well as his two kids from a prior marriage.
Beynon's ascent to Instagram infamy began last year when a feud developed between him and Dan Bilzerian, the 'King of Instagram' in LA.
Beynon had posted a photo of himself 'walking' his wife and her friend, using their bikini straps as makeshift leashes. It's since been deleted. This photo was posted shortly after.
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