There are a lot of unconventional ways to make money, but few generate as much profit as what some women have decided to sell. Multiple women have chosen to auction off their v-card and have received substantial compensation for doing so, previous publicized auctions include:
- Alina Percea,
- Rosie Reid,
- Rebecca Bernardo,
- Carys Copestake.
While many of these purity auctions have become high-profile, there are few that have been documented with actually being completed. However, an 18-year-old Romanian student recently announced her plans to auction off her v-card and the sale is reportedly coming to a close.
The teenager has revealed her reasoning behind the controversial auction and the plans that have been made to finalize the deal.
18-year-old Aleexandra Khefren made headlines when she appeared on the British daytime television show, “This Morning,” and explained her plans to auction off her v-card as well as to advertise herself to future bidders.
Khefren explained that she wouldn’t settle for less than a million euros and hoped that the money would pay for her university education and to help out her parents.
The Romanian teenager told her parents that she was heading out of the country for a modeling gig and stated that she doesn’t think that her parents would ever find out.
Unfortunately for Khefren, the news eventually went global and her parents threatened to disown her if she went through with her unconventional money making scheme. However, Khefren has made it clear that she’s determined to go through with the auction despite her parents’ pleas.
While Khefren’s parents have avoided talking to the press about their daughter’s auction, her uncle, Radu Raducu, spoke about how it has begun tearing the family apart.
“They begged her not to do it,” Radu Raducu told Daily Mail. “But she told them, ‘I’m 18 and I can do what I like with my body.’ They have threatened her and said if she goes ahead with selling herself they will not consider her their daughter anymore.”
Part of Khefren’s initial objective was to help her parents from eviction, but later reports came out revealing that her parents had salaries that are above average for Romanian families.
Raucu explained, “He [her father] can’t understand why she is doing this. It is so unlike her and fears someone is influencing her.”
Khefren has been adamant about explaining that she doesn’t consider herself a prostitute and is merely taking advantage of an opportunity.
“We will go to a hotel in Germany, have dinner and then it will happen,” Khefren told Daily Mail prior to the auction finalizing. “I am very curious about how [it] is. I have not experimented.”
Khefren decided to team up with Cinderella Escorts agency, who is believed to be taking 20 percent of the proceeds, to make the transaction happen.
“I wanted to sell my [V-Card] with Cinderella Escorts rather than giving it to a future friend who might have left me anyway,” Khefren said defending her decision to go through with the auction.
Now, it’s reported that Aleexandra Khefren has auctioned off her V-card for a whopping £2 million (roughly $2.5 million US) to an anonymous Hong Kong business man.
Khefren has said that the buyer seems “very friendly” and that Cinderella Escorts would be accompanying her for their in-person introduction.
Aleexandra has shown no signs of doubt when it comes to her decision to sell what most people cherish, saying, “How many would possibly forgo their first time in retrospect if they could have £2 million instead?”
Turns out Aleexandra isn’t the only one willing to give it up to the highest bidder, Cinderella Escorts agency has stated that since Khefren’s highly publicized auction, “Over 300 virgins [have] sent us requests for selling their [V-Card] on our website.”