Teenager selling her VIRGINITY for €1 million Euros to buy parents a house

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An 18-year-old girl left viewers speechless when she announced on This Morning that she was going to be selling off her virginity for €1,000,000. Aleexandra, from Romania, said that she got the idea for selling her virginity when she was 15-years-old and watched the movie Indecent Proposal. Speaking to Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, she said: "I was 15 and said maybe I can do this too with my virginity. And I looked it up on the Internet and saw some girls who sold themselves for €3.5million or more. "Many girls lost their virginity and after that, maybe after many years they break up so it's not worth it. I live in a very poor country, so I need to help my parents and buy them a home." While Phil tried to press to see if Aleexandra was willing her to reconsider her decision, she said: "I'm just looking at it strictly business, not emotional. I think it will be alright, I will just drink a glass of wine and it will go through. "I will not think about it, I know the cost, I know what I'm doing it for, not the actual thing." Aleexandra has been tested for sexually transmitted diseases, but hasn't thought about the man who could eventually buy her virginity and his health. "I was tested before and after the buyer wins the bidding I will go and test again in his country. Yes probably we will test him too." One of the reasons that Aleexandra wants to sell her virginity is to buy her parents a house as they will be evicted from their current home next year. However, she hasn't told her family or any of her friends of her plans and doesn't intend to either. "I told them that I am going for modelling. I'm doing this for them, but they don't know. My father is a very strict man and I think he wouldn't agree. "My parents will not find out and if they will at least I will give them what they need. If they don't find out I will never tell them." Even though Phil insinuated that she may be crazy, Aleexandra said that she would advise other girls to do the same if they really needed money. "If it's an emergency like in my case. If it's a real emergency that you need that money quickly, then yes unfortunately." Viewers were shocked by the case with one person tweeting: "WTF am I watching???? # ThisMorning her parents don't know??" Someone else chipped in with: "@ Schofe just went right in on her she's clueless on this situation @ ThisMorning."

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