army cadet sets up gofundme page to bring porn star as his date to winter dance

A West Point cadet tried to 'recruit' his favorite porn star to accompany him to the academy's winter banquet through a GoFundMe campaign. But things didn't go as planned.

Some folks will go to extreme lengths to fulfill their fantasies and make their dreams come true. And this army cadet went above and beyond.

According to reports, an unidentified cadet launched a GoFundMe page to raise $1,200 to fly in porn star Diamond Foxx as his date to the Yearling Winter Weekend.

army cadet sets up gofundme page to bring porn star as his date to winter dance

The second-year cadet wrote on the GoFundMe page:

"Diamond Foxxx agreed to go to Y dubs with me if I can pay for her plane ticket and hotel room."

He added:

"Problem is I'm on the yuk payroll, and I have no money. Please help a young boy's dream come true."

The Cadet Launched the GoFundMe Page with the Title, 'Help Me Bring Diamond Foxxx To YWW'

The 'YWW' refers to the upstate New York-based academy's Yearling Winter Weekend.

Yearlings are second-year cadets, while 'Yuk payroll' is a monthly allowance of about $1,000 that second-year cadets receive.

Since cadets' schedules don't allow for part-time jobs, cadets receive 'Yuk' to pay for services like laundry and haircuts, among other personal expenses.

So, since this cadet's allowance wasn't enough to pay for his favorite porn star's expenses during the banquet, he launched the GoFundMe page.

However, after raising close to $400, the cadet shut down the crowdfunding page.

army cadet sets up gofundme page to bring porn star as his date to winter dance

The reason for taking down the page? He said that his superiors advised him to do so.

In a statement, the cadet said:

"This is a measure to protect the values of the West Point community, as well as keep me from walking 3 billion hours (which could be inevitable as of now)."

The cadet's reference to 'walking' is the punishment cadets receive for rule infractions.

army cadet sets up gofundme page to bring porn star as his date to winter dance

West Point later revealed that it had actually ordered the cadet to give up the campaign—and, apparently, his 'dream.'

The academy said:

"The cadet promptly removed the page from the site after consulting with his peers."

A statement from the school added:

"Federal law prohibits members of the military from using their official positions for personal gain."

"This prohibition extends to using or appearing to use one's military status to solicit gifts of money."