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BREAKING: Sick Major Celeb Just Bought Girl’s Virginity Online For $1.4Million

When the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements rocked Hollywood and the lives of many others who are in the public spotlight it opened up everyone’s eyes to the disgraceful side of Hollywood. It proved that far too many people try to use their “power” to get what they want regardless of what the victim wants.

There are far too many power-hungry celebrities who are completely devoid of morals, as this instance proves, yet they feel like they can preach about moral politics to Americans. It is ridiculous how far some celebrities will go and what they chose to spend their money on.

According to Hollywood Life, Uh, gross? A 26-year-old in London successful sold off her virginity for more than a million dollars, and the highest bidder is supposedly one of her favorite ‘Hollywood’ actors!

On one hand, this woman quite literally just sold her body. On the other hand, Jasmin, a 26-year-old that auctioned off her virginity for €1.2 million ($1,488,043.48), made a huge payday. It all seems very problematic. The student, who lives in London, listed her virginity on Cinderella Escorts in hopes of getting enough cash to start her own business. The German-based company says the highest bidder was “one of [her] favorite actors from Hollywood.” according to the Daily Mail. The winner managed to outbid a businessman from Munich and a soccer star from Manchester United.

“My parents supported me from the beginning. They know everything and agree,” Jasmin, no last name given, said in a statement to the Mail. “I am 26 and they know that I am adult enough for deciding alone what I do with my body. As I met the actor already and I was always a big fan of [his], I am more nervous as a fan than about losing my virginity. But who knows. Maybe I will get more nervous when we meet at the hotel.” The date is set to happen in a hotel in April in Germany, where the transaction is legal.

Wow. There’s a lot to unpack here. There’s the idea that virginity, specifically a female’s virginity, is an object that has monetary value. There’s the act of auctioning off the right for a man to be the first one to have sex with a woman (and all the power dynamics there.) There’s also the fact that supposedly, three very rich gentlemen thought it was a good idea to plunk down up to a million Euros just so they could be the first man to have sex with a random stranger. Jasmin’s decision has probably launched a dozen sociology and women’s studies papers.

“I really respect ladies who are traditional and want to wait for sex after marriage. I was one of them,” she said while speaking to The Sun. “I really wanted to wait for the right one. But I don’t want to wait any longer. So I chose another way which will make me happy. I am sure about my decision. Let’s be honest, who would not prefer to take a million rather than having the first time again with a guy who most likely has already left?”

Cinderella Escorts has become notorious for selling the virginity of at least four other young European women. The agency, run by Jan Zakobielski, 27, will take a 20% of the auction price. He also guarantees that he will ensure Jasmin’s safety. “We accompany the girls to the meeting and are in the vicinity if problems arise,” he said, per The Sun. “Of course the women can cancel the meeting at any point if they feel uncomfortable or the customer was unkempt or not a gentleman.”

This isn’t the first time that a power-hungry Hollywood actor tried to buy someone’s virginity. In this situation, the actor was outbid by a businessman when a 19-year-old girl auctioned off her virginity back in November. The girl said that she auctioned off her virginity to the highest bidder to help pay for tuition fees and to travel the world. It’s scary that a person could be so flippant about her virginity, especially not knowing who the person is that just won the auction.

 

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