Woman who auctioned virginity says she was ‘victim’
A woman who became an overnight Internet hit for auctioning off her virginity for $780,000 now says she was “tricked” and “exploited,” according to the Huffington Post.
Twenty-one-year-old Catarina Migliorini told the online news site she is still a virgin and that the auction last October “has turned into a giant fiasco.”
Migliorini told HuffPo, “I felt like I was a victim… I was misled,” she said.
Filmmaker Justin Sisely organized the auction and was reportedly filming a documentary called “Virgins Wanted.”
Sisely denies those claims and told the Huffington Post via email “We have footage to prove otherwise.”
In addition to Migliorini, there was a male counterpart who was set to be in the film.
The Huffington Post said:
When Sisely first announced the documentary in May 2010, he said it would culminate with both of the virgins having sex. However, the promise of sex was not set in stone, Migliorini claims.
The woman also claims she has not received a dime from either the auction or appearing in the documentary.