A Romanian teenager claims she has sold her virginity to a Hong Kong businessman for £2million ($3.5 million NZD).

Despite her family threatening to disown her over the deal, 18-year-old Aleexandra Khefren announced she was selling her virginity last year, according to Daily Mail.

Khefren, an aspiring model from Bucharest, said that she has booked a hotel and is in contact with the businessman, who she was connected with through Cinderella Escorts, a website based in Germany that will take 20 per cent of the £2million ($3.5 million NZD) bill.

"I wanted to sell my virginity with Cinderella Escorts rather than giving it to a future friend who might have left me anyway," she told The Star.


"And I think many other girls have the same attitude."

"How many would possibly forgo their first time in retrospect if they could have 2.3 million euros (£2m) instead?"

Khefren said that the businessman is "very friendly" and that though she's spoken to him, when she meets him in person for the first time, she will be accompanied by Cinderella Escorts staff.

Cinderella Escorts has previously said that the pair will meet in Germany.

The agency said that more than 300 virgins have contacted the site since Khefren went public with her decision to sell her virginity.

She caused outrage when she appeared on the TV show This Morning to talk about her controversial plan.

Presenter Holly Willoughby and Phillip Scholfield were left shocked as were many viewers who expressed their disgust and sadness at her scheme.

The teen did not tell her parents what she was doing and they exploded with fury after discovering her plan.

MailOnline exclusively revealed how they had a tearful confrontation with her at their rented apartment in Bucharest, Romania.

Her policeman father Toni and mum Elena begged her not to go through with the sale of her virginity.

And despite the threat from her father that he would disown her she refused to back down saying it was her body and she could do as wanted.

Last year, Khefren gave a phone interview to Romanian TV station STIRI where she talked about her desire to sell herself - while bizarrely insisting she doesn't consider herself a prostitute.

The starting auction price for her virginity was put at £865,000 ($1.5 million NZD) by the German-based escort agency handling the sale.

Khefren has said she is curious about sex and that she hoped the man who takes her virginity will wine and dine her prior to going to bed.

"We will go to a hotel in Germany, have dinner and then it will happen," she said last year.

"I am very curious about how sex is. I have not experimented. I don't know what is it."

While most people would consider selling her virginity for money, Khefren insisted she was not a prostitute.

"I will not become a w***e. I am intelligent," she said.

"This is an opportunity and I take it."

Khefren claimed last year that she was selling herself to raise money for her family who faced eviction from their home.

She also said the money would be used to fund a college place, with Oxford University a favoured choice.

MailOnline revealed that her family was far from being threatened with eviction and that her parents were well off compared to most Romanian families.

Toni Raducu is a riot cop with the Romanian National police where salaries range from £172 to £600 a month.

His wife Elena, 46, works in a pharmacy with their joint income well above the £250 a month for the average Romanian family.

Khefren's uncle Radu Raducu told MailOnline he was not aware his brother faced losing his home.

He was present when the teen told her parents about the plan to sell her virginity and revealed they were left "sickened".

He said: "They have begged her not to do it, but she told them, 'I'm 18 and I can do what I like with my body'".

"They have threatened her and said if she goes ahead with selling herself they will not consider her their daughter any more. It is a terrible situation.

"Her mother was in tears and it was a terrible atmosphere. Just awful. "I tried to be the peacemaker and to see both sides, but they are very angry."

A family friend told Mail Online that Khefren's parents they were shocked by her plan.

"Toni absolutely adores his daughter and is sickened by what she wants to do. Any father would be," said the friend.

"He can't understand why she is doing this. It is so unlike her and feels someone is influencing her."