“Lost virgin”

Goldman Sachs retracts job offer after discovering candidate had worked in porn

Goldman Sachs Japan has reportedly retracted a job offer that was made to a young Japanese woman upon the discovery that the recent college grad had worked in porn during her freshmen and sophomore years of college. While Goldman Sachs Japan’s code of ethics does not explicitly prohibit hiring porn stars, the woman, who used the pseudonym Shizuka Minamoto, had her informal offer of work withdrawn for lying about her past during the interview process. Minamoto reportedly starred in Lost Virgin, a porn film from 2011, as well as several other films that saw her feature as a bathhouse attendant, a member of a lesbian threesome, and a schoolgirl in a gym suit. Minamoto’s eyes have been lightly censored in promotional materials appearing on websites that sell the porn videos, ostensibly to protect her identity after she began searching for other work. Interestingly, many of the DVDs are said to advertise Minamoto’s intelligence — one even claiming on its cover that she boasts an IQ of 130.

Read the full story at The Independent.

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