A Russian mother has pleaded with her 17-year-old beauty queen daughter to return home amid claims that she flew to Dubai to to sell her virginity for £10,000.
Anna Feschenko, who was runner-up in the Miss Moscow contest in June, travelled to the United Arab Emirates after claiming its was a prize from the pageant, the Daily Mail reports.
It is thought that she found a sponsor online who offered a big pay out, before travelling to the United Arab Emirates on the falsehood that the trip was a prize from the beauty contest.
Her travelling companion, named as Ekaterina K, 19, accompanied her on the ‘prize’ trip but quickly fled when she realised Miss Feschenko’s alleged intention to work as an escort.
I travelled there because Anna invited me and said that it was a prize paid for by the Miss Moscow contest.
In two days we had a scandal when I got to know the truth about why we were there.I told Anna that I was not going to stay and would go home.
Anna tried to push me, she asked me to go away and leave her alone there. But I don’t need this kind of job.
I believe she had a right to know. It is a privilege in the UAE to be a virgin.
I think Anna was just impressed with the amount of money she could get.
Anna’s mother Olga Feschenko is in touch with Anna and expected her return yesterday, but she was nowhere to be seen.
Due to the fact that Anna was given permission by her parents to go to Dubai, with Ekaterina as a guardian, there is little the police can do to bring her back.
I am in touch with Anna, we are in contact all the time. I am worried about my daughter, I am a normal parent.
I watch many soap operas and you know what it happening there, so I decided to rush to police.
Usually she would always text me when she finished some activity like the gym, and now you see what happened. So I went to the police.
It has been claimed by her friends that Anna is staying in a flat in Dubai with two other Eastern-European girls also ready to work as escorts.
The Daily Mail reports that Anna wanted to earn money to pay for her university education in Moscow.
Virginity auctions are prevalent online, with questionable bidders paying out hundred of thousands of pounds to have intercourse with that person.