Monday, 5 December 2016

Teenager who Wants to sell Her Virginity to help Parents is Threatened by Parents

Eighteen-year-old Aleexandra Khefren who said she was selling her virginity for £850,000 to help parents because they were about to be evicted from their home has gotten a shock response from her parents.

Her parents said they don't need the money, even though Aleexandra claimed she was selling her virginity to buy her parents a house because they will be evicted from their current home next year.
Aleexandra Khefren claims to have got the idea of selling her virginity when she was 15-years-old and watched the movie Indecent Proposal.

The teenager had gone on This Morning and, speaking to Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, 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 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."

 But her mother and father say they have no need for the money and can't understand why she has decided to go through with the plan. Her mother Elena bursted into tears while her policeman father Toni was disgusted and appalled, according to the Mail Online.

The teenager's uncle Radu Raducu is understood to have witnessed the ugly confrontation on Friday. He said:

 "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.

 "Her mother was in tears and it was a terrible atmosphere. Just awful." Aleexandra Khefren's parents denied that they would be ejected from their home next year.

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