A young woman who attempted to auction off her virginity is attempting to auction it off again.
Catarina Migliorini, a Brazilian woman who reportedly sold her virginity for $780,000 on an Australian website seeking virgins, failed to finalize the deal and receive the money. Migliorini has received widespread publicity and modeling contracts — including a spread in Brazil’s version of Playboy magazine.
Now, she’s attempting it again, according to a report in the Christian Post, and she hopes to get $1.5 million this time.
The student, physical education major, Catarina Migliorini, 21, decided she wouldn’t honor the winning bid on her purity, because the Japanese millionaire, Natsu, 53, who paid for it didn’t match the physical description she had been given before she met with him, according to the Huffington Post.
Migliorini who became somewhat of a celebrity in Brazil after her story became public, claimed that, Justin Sisely, the filmmaker of the Australian documentary she did the first auction for, never gave her the money Natsu paid for her and there were other issues regarding the project.
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“He wanted to forge words and phrases, situations and even feelings that did not exist,” said Migliorini through an interpreter. “For a while, I agreed but then I disagreed. To me, a real documentary must be something spontaneous,” she added.
She also maintained that if there are any questions about whether or not she is still pure, she can prove it.
“I am willing to subject myself to any exams that are necessary,” she said. “When I say I am a virgin it’s because there is no one in the world that can prove the contrary. I never had sexual relations of any type with anyone, not vaginal, not anal and not oral,” she said in the report.
An 18-year-old girl, earlier this year, attempted to follow Migliorini by selling her virginity.