This student auctioned her virginity to a Wall Street banker, only to find that he was her soul mate

A French student who auctioned her virginity online has reportedly fallen for the businessman who bought her for sex.

                            This student auctioned her virginity to a Wall Street banker, only to find that he was her soul mate
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Many of us wonder when we're going to find 'the one'. It could be that your knight in shining armor is someone you've known all your life, or it could be someone whom you cross paths with every day but destiny is waiting for just the right moment. For men, it is rare that they find the women of their dreams in the first encounter, and being biologically less persistent in such matters, they tend to give up and view the world in all its material glory.

However, a 20-year-old French student from Paris found her Prince Charming in the most unusual manner.

Electing to auction her virginity online seemed to work in favor of Jasmine, more than she'd ever expected. Using the notorious online website Cinderella Escorts, Jasmine sold her virginity for a reportedly hefty sum to a 'smart' and 'successful' banker, with whom she ultimately fell in love with, reported Daily Mail.

A spokesman for the businessman announced that he won Jasmine's body by offering nearly $1,400,000 and beating a "real estate mogul from Munich" and a "Los Angeles DJ". Reports of the auction results came in just days after a Romanian teenager spoke out to claim that she had been used as a "publicity stunt" by the company.

According to Jasmine, selling her virginity was just a 'smart' way to start her own business and then travel the world. She asserted that she was raised in a religious family and had always intended to save herself for marriage. But Jasmine explained: "Most people would exchange a million for their first time if they could turn back time.

"I am happy that I sold my virginity and I met the client already. I was a bit nervous, to be honest, but finally, I really liked him. He was a real gentleman and looked after me well.

"I don't want to go into details but what I can say is that we are going to date each other again. 

"It is too early to talk about love yet. We like each other, and we'll see what will happen in the future. I am happy that I was lucky with the man who bought my virginity. He is smart, successful and I like older men. Maybe we will travel the world together.'

Fortunately, for the 20-year-old, her family and friends are quite open-minded about the whole affair and supported her in the unconventional decision. The infamous Cinderella Escorts claims that it has 'sold' several dozens of virgins to clients including Hollywood A-list celebrities.

According to their website, the highest payment the agency received to date is a staggering $30,25,000 from an Abu Dhabi businessman for an American woman named Giselle who was listed on the site.

A spokesperson for the escort service said: "As part of the process a medical examination is carried out to ensure the woman is a virgin and STI free, a further one can be requested by the bidder...  Of course, by selling a lot of virginity bad experiences can also happen. We cannot look into the brains of women when they apply. But we can have a high-security system to discover all fakes before they sell it [sic]."

A 19-year-old woman named Alexandra Khefren spoke out against the company earlier this month saying that the story about her 'sale' was only a publicity stunt by the website. The news of her auction spurred headlines in the media around the world.

Khefren claimed that when she was 18, Cinderella Escorts contacted her on her social media profile and told her that a 'marketing proposal' they had would bolster her modeling career to newer heights. They also told her that they would, as a matter of principle, not reveal her story to friends and family. However, the company, founded by Jan Zakobielski, instead used her for publicity.

They claimed that a certain high-net-worth individual was willing to pay $2,500,000 just to spend a night with the teenager.

Having said that, a spokesperson for the website today claimed that the deal with Alexandra had prematurely lapsed because upon conducting background searches, they found that she had a boyfriend and thus branded her a 'liar'.

He said: "We got a client for her, over 2 million euro, again our security system to protect our clients was successful and we found out that she had pictures of her and a Romanian rapper, her boyfriend, on Instagram.

"We felt sad for her and therefore didn't share the real story about Alexandra until now. I think it was hard enough for her, to get kicked out and lose 2 Million Euro just a few days before meeting the client.

"Out of her rage, she started a dirty campaign by telling a lot of lies against us as personal revenge."

Nonetheless, Jasmine's story gives hope to many lovelorn hearts who fear they will never find the affection they deserve. Maybe when they find their significant other, it would turn their lives around to a new beginning in the sun. Maybe you too will travel the world together, someday.