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Friday 19 September 2014

Brazilian student sells virginity online for $780,000

Catarina Migliorini, a student from Brazil, has auctioned off her virginity

Brazilian student Catarina Migliorini has reportedly sold her virginity in an auction to raise money for charity.

Migliorini, 20, looks set to raise a staggering $780,000 after she sold her virginity to a Japanese man called Natsu.



The physical education student, who claims she will use the money to build homes for poverty-stricken families, received 15 bids.



The victorious bidder from Japan, managed to win despite competition from Americans Jack Miller and Jack Right, and Indian big-spender Rudra Chatterjee



Migliorini, who has sparked outrage across the globe amid claims she is prostituting herself, is being filmed throughout the process by an Australian crew for a documentary film called Virgins Wanted.

In response to critics she said: 'I saw this as a business. I have the opportunity to travel, to be part of a movie and get a bonus with it.



'If you only do it once in your life then you are not a prostitute, just like if you take one amazing photograph it does not automatically make you a photographer.



'The auction is just business, I'm a romantic girl at heart and believe in love. But this will make a big difference to my area,' she told Folha newspaper.



The Australian documentary will also feature Alex Stepanov, a 21-year-old Australian student, who sold his virginity for $3000 to a Brazilian woman called Nene B in an auction.



Catarina Migliorini signed up to the project two years ago when she saw an advert by Thomas Williams Productions.

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