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A hot model has attracted the attention of a business tycoon after he offered to buy her virginity for a whopping N674 million.


An 18-year-old model, Aleexandra Khefren, from Bucharest, Romania has revealed that a businessman man has offered her £1.7million (N674 million) to sell her v*gina.
According to The Sun UK, the lingerie model has insisted on going ahead to sell it even though her family are against her decision and have threatened to disown her.
The sordid auction is being organised by German escort agency Cinderella Escorts, which is reportedly taking a 20 per cent cut of the final selling price.
The company – which posted a series of shots of the teenager posing in lacy underwear online – said: “The date takes place in Germany. The buyer can choose a hotel here, where Aleexandra will visit him for a night.”
The agency originally set the asking price at 1million euros (£850,000).
But after mounting publicity surrounding the auction, Aleexandra – whose real name is Oana Raducu – claims to have been offered up to 2million euros (£1.7million).
And the teen says she and Cinderella are hopeful that even bigger offers will come rolling in before February, when she plans to finally lose her virginity – although she says money will not be the only factor in choosing a suitor.
“We will go to a hotel in Germany, have dinner and then it will happen,” said Aleexandra, according to the Daily Mail.
“I am very curious about how sex is. I have not experimented. I don’t know what is it (sic).”
Her dad Toni, a riot cop, and mum Elena, a pharmacist, have reportedly promised to cut her off if she goes ahead with the auction. Her uncle Radu Raducu told the Mail: “They have begged her not to do it, but she told them ‘I’m 18 and I can do what I like with my body.’
“They have threatened her and said if she goes ahead with selling herself they will not consider her their daughter any more. It is a terrible situation.”

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