A Brazilian student who auctioned then sold her virginity online for $780,000 last year is auctioning it again and hopes to get $1.5 million for it this time around.
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.
"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.
While the initial auction Migliorini did was for Sisely's documentary called "Virgins Wanted," this time around she is doing it through her own website virginswanted2.com where she states: "I am still a virgin in every way and all the evidence, so, I never have had any sexual involvement and no one in this whole world can claim otherwise, and so I decided to make my own website to auction off my virginity and that time will be for real, so men or women who are interested can make their bids."
Many onlookers have since balked at Migliorini's proposal, tagging it as prostitution regardless of why she is doing it.
"This girl claims that doing this won't make her a hooker. That's delusional. If you have sex with someone simply because they're paying you to do it – you're a hooker. And she won't just be your average hooker. This will probably make her the highest paid hooker on planet earth," wrote William Atkins on a YouTube video of her initial 2012 announcement.
"Morally it's not right, but she owns her own life and can do what she wants. On the flip side, imagine if everyone in the US started doing that. How low can, and will, we get?" said another commenter using the screen name freakman420.
Migliorini said bidding, which will end on Dec. 12, will start at a minimum of $100,000. She told Brazilian website PurePeople.com that she is hoping to get $1.5 million for her purity. The exposure she got from the last bidding landed her a spot on the cover of Brazil's Playboy.