A girl wants to sell her virginity for one million euros to pay to go study at Oxford
She’ll use the money for an education and a home for her parents
A teenager wants to sell her virginity to the highest bidder so she can afford to study at Oxford and stop her family being made homeless.
Aleexandra Khefren, who is believed to be from somewhere in Eastern Europe, appeared on ITV’s This Morning and told how she wants one million euros – the equivalent of £850,000 – for her virginity. She wants to use the money to pay for a university education at Oxford and to buy a home for her family, who will be evicted in February. She said they don’t know she’s doing it.
Aleexandra says she was inspired by the film Indecent Proposal, and now has an advert with an escort agency who will take a 20 per cent cut – although at first this was 50 per cent. She told the show: “I have a really good cause. I need the money to study abroad as I want to go to Oxford University to study Marketing and Business. Plus, I live in avery poor country and I need to help my parents and I need to buy them a home. After I graduate I want to start my own business and do very great things.
“I was 15, I saw a movie on TV it was about a girl who sold herself for one night. Maybe I could do this with my virginity I saw many girls who sold themselves for £3.5million or more. I am thinking it is strictly business not emotional. I think it will be alright, I think a glass of wine will be enough to get through.”
When presenter Holly Willoughby asked how Aleexandra would cope with the experience after it happened, she simply said: “I will try not to think about it.”
The Mail Online, who picked up the story, included sympathetic tweets from viewers and pictures from her Instagram of her posing in her underwear. Aleexandra revealed her parents dropped her off to the airport and told them she was going for an audition for a modelling catalogue. She said if they knew they would try to stop her. Aleexandra is willing to travel on her own to the man who pays up.
She said: “I live in a world where I think everything is ok and everything is right. I think if you’re going to pay that price you’re going to be a good man.”