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Christian Girl Auctions Off Virginity For Church Repairs; Church Then Bans Her For Life

19-year-old Sarah Miller, seen here, auctioned off her virginity to help her church with repairs. The church then banned her and her family. (AP Photo/Dennis System)
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Christian Girl Auctions Off Virginity For Church Repairs; Church Then Bans Her For Life

 

19-year-old Sarah Miller, seen here, auctioned off her virginity to help her church with repairs. The church then banned her and her family. (AP Photo/Dennis System)

19-year-old Sarah Miller, seen here, auctioned off her virginity to help her church with repairs. The church then banned her and her family. (AP Photo/Dennis System)

Nashville, TN — When the Nashville Christian Church asked its members for donations to help fix a leaking roof, one of their followers dug deeper than others.

19-year-old unemployed college student, Sarah Miller, had been attending the church regularly since the age of 12 and wanted to help the church that had helped her in so many ways.

“When I heard they needed money to repair their roof, I wanted to help, but I had no money,” Miller told local station WZTV FOX 17. “So I gave them the most valuable thing that belonged to me, my virginity.”

Miller had placed her virginity up for sale on the online auction site Ebay and the bids immediately started pouring in. Saudi billionaire Saad Hariri won the auction with a winning bid of $975,215.61.

Miller spoke to CNN about the sexual encounter with the Saudi billionaire.

“It was absolutely horrible,” Miller said. “It was really sweaty and there was lots of hair everywhere, but I was more than happy to do it for my church and for Jesus.”

The church was more than happy to accept Miller’s generous donation; but when the following Sunday came, Sarah and her family were no longer allowed to attend services.

“They wouldn’t let us in the church,” Miller sobs. “It was so embarrassing. They accepted my donation and then told my family and I that we were no longer welcome.”

Paul Horner, who is a spokesman for the church, made a statement to reporters about the incident.

“We appreciate what Sarah Miller did by helping us raise the money for our new roof, but her method for raising the money is not something the church can condone. We wish Sarah and her family nothing but the best.”

The Miller family is currently disputing the ban.

 

 

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