A teenage beauty queen has reportedly sold her virginity to the highest bidder after flying to the Dubai to work as a 'high-class' sex worker.
Anna Feschenko, 17, was apparently offered an all-expenses-paid VIP holiday to the region as well as an £8,000 ($10,000) cash payment to sell her virginity in a deal that was organised through an agency.
Russian media reports that she had apparently agreed to stay living in a house with a number of other beautiful young women all working as escorts.
The teenager who came second in the 2016 Miss Moscow contest failed to return home to Russia after supposedly travelling to Dubai for a holiday.
Police are now involved as she is still a minor.
She was only able to go abroad without her parents because she was with a 19-year-old female friend who claims she knew nothing about what was planned.
She said that Anna had told her that she had won a two-day trip to the affluent Persian Gulf resort city as a prize in a beauty pageant at the end of August.
But she later discovered that the all-expenses-paid holiday, that included flights and hotels, had to be paid for in another way.
After two days of shopping and sunbathing by the pool, Miss Feschenko reportedly told her friend Yekaterina that she had come to Dubai to work as an escort.
The two friends argued and Yekaterina ended up packing her bag and flying back to Moscow alone.
Karina who was another friend that travelled with the pair claims that Miss Feschenko told her that she had agreed to sell her virginity in Dubai to support herself through university.
The teenager was supposedly going to receive 800,000 RUB (£8,000) after paying a commission fee to the unspecified agency.
Karina says Miss Feschenko is living in a flat with a group of beautiful young girls who are all working as escorts.
Her mother Olga Feschenko reported her missing to police although she is now back in touch with her, albeit only via text.
Mrs Feschenko said her daughter claims to have bought a ticket to fly home but had failed to send her a copy as proof.
The teenager was due to start university this September.
Her parents say they have agreed to pay her fees but will not do so until she comes home.
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