A 21-year old Brazilian college student, who auctioned off her virginity last year in an attempt to raise money to build homes for poverty-stricken families in her hometown, is once again putting herself on the block to the highest bidder after her first attempt apparently was never consummated.

Catarina Migliorini, who had a Japanese man named Natsu pay $780,000 for the chance to sleep with the Brazilian stunner, said that she was never paid by the man and that she was duped by filmmaker Justin Sisely, who supposedly was documenting her original “virginity auction.”

“After being featured by so many media outlets in so many countries, I decided to actually auction off my virginity,” she told The Huffington Post.

Following her first auction, Migliorini became a minor celebrity Brazil and even appeared in a spread on the pages of Playboy in Argentina.

While bidding for her virginity starts at just over $100,000, Migliorini said she hopes to receive over $1.5 million for the rights to a night with her.

So far, her new auction has yet to receive any bidders.

The Brazilian signed up for the original project two years ago when she answered an advertisement by Thomas Williams Productions.

She claimed that when she showed up to meet Natsu at a restaurant in Sydney, Australia, the man did not match the description nor did they have sex. The intercourse was supposed to have taken place on a plane between Australia and the U.S. in order to skirt prostitution laws.

Some medical professionals have questioned Migliorini’s original and current claim to virginity, since there's no way of telling if a woman is a virgin.

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