The Student Who Sold Her Virginity For £1Million Has Fallen In Love With The Guy Who Bought It
Milla DeynPublished in January 2021 / Updated in January 2021
Cinderella lost a slipper and fell in love, but in a modern version of the fairytale, a young woman sold her virginity thanks to the world-famous escort site Cinderella Escorts. Naturally, like in all great love stories, she fell in love with the rich weirdo.
Jasmine flogged her virginity for £1 million ($1,373,249) to pay off a family debt, start a business, and travel the world. The 20-year-old from Paris, France, wanted to save herself for marriage, but life happened, so that fell through.
A Wall Street banker narrowly beat off competition from an L.A. D.J. and a Munich’s real estate mogul. He’s supposedly smart, rich, and a bit older, like in every modern fairytale romance.
The two are thinking about traveling together
The Parisian was listed as a lady with brown hair and eyes, natural boobs, and no piercings or tattoos. The bidder must’ve felt like she’s truly special, and so the two got together, did the work, but that’s not where our story ends.
Most people would exchange a million for their first time if they could turn back time.
“I am happy that I sold my virginity and I met the client already.”
“I was a bit nervous, to be honest, but finally, I really liked him. He was a real gentleman and looked after me well.”
“I don’t want to go into details, but what I can say is that we are going to date each other again.”
Perhaps the young lady is just trying to save her face? We aren’t sure, but she continued:
“It is too early to talk about love yet. We like each other, and we’ll see what will happen in the future.”
“I am happy that I was lucky with the man who bought my virginity. He is smart, successful, and I like older men. Maybe we will travel the world together.”
It looks like the two remade Pretty Woman; however, the original script had a dark and twisted ending. In fact, why would a wealthy buyer of virginities settle with someone who’s no longer a virgin?
Are we cynical or realistic? Smart, rich gentleman – sounds like a catch. Or a serial virginity buyer.