Last week, we reported that the med student trying to sell her virginity had recently backed out despite being offered a whopping $801K. As it turns out the auction has had devastating effects on her life as now, her identity has come to light, and the people involved in the auction, didn’t have any money in the first place.
The girl, who went under the name of Elizibeth Raine, is actually known as Hanna Kern and has since been dubbed the “Virgin Whore.” As it turns out, she actually is a college med student who has extremely high marks and has recently announced:
With the blessings of my management and the high bidders, I have decided to put a stop to this kerfuffle (to describe it nicely) and return my focus to my medical training. I still do possess some spitefully strong beliefs about virginity, prostitution, and a woman’s right to do as she damned pleases, but school is my first priority (as it has been for my entire life). At this point, I no longer care about the auction, at all. This was a very easy decision.
Furthermore, the real reason turned out to be much simpler of an explanation as the “winning” bidder simply disappeared after winning the auction and being asked to provide proof of the funds. A source close to Hannah explained, “This auction didn’t work, plain and simple. Hanna had to face the fact that maybe her virginity wasn’t worth as much as she thought it was.”
The Daily Mail recently discovered that Hannah was a grad student at the University of Washington, where several students were a little more than shocked to have learned not only her identity, but her extracurricular activities.
One fellow male student relayed, “I am absolutely amazed. I saw the story online and straight away I said it looks like Hanna, but I couldn’t believe it was actually her. She’s a really quiet, shy girl and this seems so out of character.”
Although she hasn’t spoken out directly, when asked to respond by the Mail Online, she politely declined reasoning that she was, “very busy and stressed right now, with pressing school commitments.”
Apparently there was much more hype to this story than actual truth behind it as a source close to Hannah relayed that many of the shady characters who put in a bid refused to offer any such proof that they had any money whatsoever. According to the source, “Hanna has tried to pass this off as a success and said she took the decision to pull out despite that.”
She further added, “But this auction did not really work. Sure, loads of bids came in, but when the men in question were asked to prove their credentials they went quiet.They could have been sitting In a trailer park without two cents to rub together, pledging to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars.The winning bidder laid down the offer, but when he was sent an email asking to send his number so he could be vetted, he went completely quiet. There is no way it was a genuine bid.”
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