Porn company Vivid Entertainment wrote a letter to Miss Colombia offering her one million dollars to be the female lead in a videotaped sex act after she surrendered the Miss Universe title in a striking mix-up.
Ariadna Gutierrez, the 21-year-old Miss Universe contestant for Columbia, was mistakenly crowned the winner on Sunday when host Steve Harvey read the wrong name from the card. Following the shocking error, Ms. Gutierrez was declared a runner-up and graciously handed over the crown to the contestant from The Philippines. Vivid founder and co-CEO Steven Hirsch saw an opportunity in the incident and took advantage of her sudden notoriety to invite Ms. Gutierrez, in a letter, to have sex for money on videotape, TMZ reported.
For an appearance in a videotaped sex act, Ms. Gutierrez was offered US $1 million, plus she would be allowed her pick of recommended partners and be able to choose the form that the sex act would take. Hirsch also asserted that Gutierrez would become even more famous than the winner of the Miss Universe contest, and be able to use that fame for other, unidentified, career choices.
Guiterrez is yet to reply