[caption id="attachment_74159" align="aligncenter" width="306"] Catarina Migliorini [/caption]Catarina Migliorini and the Virginity Sale
Catarina Migliorini, the Brazilian student who agreed last year to sell her virginity in an Australian documentary called Virgins Wanted to help raise in part funds to build houses for poor families living in Santa Catarina, has decided to try again.
Migliorini claims that the winner, a 53-year-old Japanese millionaire named Natsu, didn't fulfill his end of the agreement to pay $780,000 and that she remains untouched.
She also claims that the documentary's director, Justin Sisely, purposely deceived her and that her experiences have lead her to believe that Natsu never existed.
Migliorini states that Sisely prompted her to say and do certain things outside of the scope of a documentary and that the man she met in Sydney didn't match the description given to her. Sisely also refused to pay her travel expenses or a percentage from the documentary sales as agreed.
[caption id="attachment_74158" align="aligncenter" width="308"] Tricked? The physical education student claims she has not received the money promised to her by filmmaker Justin Sisely, and believes the auction was simply a publicity stunt for Australian documentary, Virgins Wanted
Sisely has countered that Migliorini broke her contract twice during filming and that the documentary proves it.
It is unknown if Migliorini is still a virgin.
It may not matter. She could be charged with prostitution if money exchanges hands given that she has offered sex for sale more than once.
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Brazilian student who auctioned her virginity for £485,000 hopes to sell it AGAIN after claiming the last buyer did not have sex with her