Anyone having seen the first ‘Taken’ movie will certainly remember one of the final scenes where Liam Neeson’s daughter is being offered up for bidding in a girls auction.
We can only guess that the maker of Cinderella Escorts, a student from Germany who created the website from his bedroom, toyed around with a similar idea when he decided to create a platform to sell young girl’s virginity to the highest bidder.
The record has just been broken as a 19-year-old American model known only as Giselle, was offered between $2.5 and $3m for her virginity by an Abu Dhabi businessman who beat a bid from an anonymous Hollywood actor. According to the website, a Russian politician came in third.
The American model, who put her innocence up for sale with Cinderella Escorts, says she wanted to do it so she can pay for tuition fees and go traveling.
She said: “I would never have dreamed that the bid would rise so high and we would have reached 2.5 million dollars. This is a dream come true.”
“I think the trend to sell your virginity is a form of emancipation and I am shocked about people who are against allowing a woman to sell her virginity. If I want to spend my first time with someone who is not my first love, that’s my decision.”
Giselle further states that she’s “happy to be part of this new trend” which “finally breaks the taboo about a woman’s virginity”.
The teenager explains in the video accompanying her profile that selling her virginity was her own idea.
A hotel in Germany has already been booked. the Cinderella escorts agency assures everyone that she will be accompanied by security from the agency who will stay close by while the businessman takes her virginity.
Giselle will get to speak with the man before they meet and she can cancel the transaction at any time.
A spokesperson for the company stated: “On our website, you will find a video where girls from all over the world talk about the reasons to sell their virginity. Girls from Australia, Europe, Africa, North and South America. From Arab countries and Asian.”