Woman ‘Selling Virginity’ For $1 Million Gets Note From Doctor To Prove She Hasn’t Had Sex
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We’ve told you folks about gals who have “sold” their virginity to the highest bidder in the past — you all remember that girl who sold her virginity to pay for her studies and buy a car? Well now we have another one, and her name is Bailey Gibson.
The 23-year-old, who went to an all-Christian boarding school after being raised by her devout Christian folks, is auctioning herself at the famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Nevada. And if you want proof that she’s a virgin, well Gibson has gone out of her way to get a note from a certified medical expert, who says Gibson’s “hymen is fully intact.” Well alright then…
While the current highest bid stands at $1,186,000, Gibson wants way more. Here’s what she had to say:
“I want 10 million. I’m selling something that I can only sell once, and it is the most intimate of all the things you could put a price on. For me, to give up my innocence for less would be criminal. I’m worth it, and the man I lose my purity to will be someone who understands the true value of my untouched womanliness.”
Since the Bunny Ranch would get half of the winning bid, Gibson wants to pocket $5 million if someone bids $10 million. Anyone interested?
Gibson was not allowed to watch TV, listen to any non-Christian music or have friends over as a child. She was sent to an all-girls boarding school in Missouri when she was 16 years old. Gibson met her first boyfriend after leaving and moved in with him. She wrote in a blog post:
“My ex-boyfriend was a Christian at the time and I did not wish to have a sexual relationship with him until we were married. Knowing I was a virgin, he respected my values for a while. I learned love can be deceiving when I discovered he slept with his ex on Valentine’s Day.”
It was this breakup that led Gibson to contact the Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof.
And the rest is horny history.