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Susan Smith thinks she’s served enough time in prison for the 1994 murder of her two young sons — a case that shocked the nation and made her a household name.

Her first parole hearing for her life sentence is Nov. 4 — and she’s spent the past few months convinced that she could be getting out, family members said.

As a result, she’s hard at work finding sugar daddies willing to bankroll her life on the outside. And the 52-year-old inmate is not above engaging in a little phone sex to lure them in, according to family sources and South Carolina prison call recordings reviewed by The Post.

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