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Bids reach $800,000 to woman, 28, who is auctioning her virginity
Description: The unusual arrangement was set up so that Stone, who grew up wanting to become a lawyer, could raise money to help her family, she said. Share this article Share. She said on her site she wants to protect her true identity — that will only be revealed to the winning bidder — so that it would not affect her professional life. Everything is fine by local police, and she isn't breaking any laws. Facebook 0 Twitter 0 Email Print.