A woman with two vaginas who has captured the attention of the pórn industry has said she would never consider accepting any role in a film.
Hazel Jones appeared on TV earlier this week, where she revealed she
was diagnosed with ‘uterús didelphys’ – a condition which means she has
two wombs and two cervixes.
The 27-year-old has since been approached by Vivid Entertainment, a
U.S. ádult film production company.
But the horrified blonde, from High Wycombe, claims she would turned
down any deal.
According to This Morning, she said: ‘I have never received any
offers of this kind of work nor would I never consider doing it in a
million years. ‘I just want to be left alone.’
The response comes after founder of Vivid Steven Hirsch wrote a
letter to Ms Jones offering her $1m to star in one of his films, TMZ.com
revealed. In the letter, Hirsch wrote: ‘You are obviously an
extraordinary woman and I would like to make you an offer to star in an
upcoming Vivid production.
‘We would pay you up to $1 million for your services.’
Hirsch also promised to cover travel and accommodation expenses, as
the film would be shot in Los Angeles.
Hirsch wrote: ‘We would fly you out to L.A. as soon as you are
available and provide you with first class accommodations’
A spokesperson for Vivid confirmed the
offer, saying: ‘It’s true. ‘Steven made an offer to Hazel
Vivid became the first studio to introduce celebrity séx tapés,
showing footage of Pamela Anderson
and then-husband Tommy Lee and Kim Kardashian. Hazel Jones has yet to
respond to the offer.
But she told ITV’s This Morning she was comfortable with having the
condition – despite the fact she had to effectively lose her vírginity
‘Once I found out what it was I told everybody,’ she told TV hosts
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.
‘I thought it was amazing and it’s definitely an ice-breaker at
parties’ She added: ‘If women want to have a look, I’m quite happy to
show them, it’s not something I’m embarrassed by.’
Hazel went to the doctor after her long-term boyfriend told her she
was ‘different’ in the genital area.
Hazel said previously she had found séx very uncomfortable, but now
she didn’t suffer any adverse effects.
She turned down surgery as it could have left significant scar