Goldman Sachs Withdraws Job Offer To Japanese Porn Star

A young woman’s dream of working for Goldman Sachs came to an end when the company took back her job offer after discovering she had worked in porn.

The fresh Japanese graduate, who went by the stage name Shizuka Minamoto in her adult films, had an informal job offer withdrawn after Goldman Sachs discovered that she had not been truthful about her past during the interview process.

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Minamoto is reported to have discovered the adult industry when she was only 18 and starred in raunchy X-rated productions during her freshman and sophomore years in college. Her most notable roles included a soapland bathhouse attendant, a member of a group of three lesbians and a schoolgirl in a gym suit, according to the Tokyo Reporter. Although the roles she played varied, the promotion of her high intelligence was consistent throughout her career, with each DVD noting on its cover that she has an IQ of 130!

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In one video entitled “Lost Virginity,” Minamoto described (in character) why she decided to do porn.

I decided to appear in AV because I am intrigued by male genitals,” she said. “I scored 935 on the TOEIC exam (an English proficiency exam with the highest possible score of 990).”

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An industry insider said: ‘She wasn’t going for the money or fame: she didn’t have those kind of goals. She’s the type who was curious. She also didn’t have a boyfriend when she first discovered the AV world.’

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Another insider said that recently Minamoto had started to worry about her porn star past harming her future job prospects. They said:

‘She doesn’t regret her career in adult videos. But she was afraid of people finding out about it when she started job hunting. So she sent cease-and-desist orders to video sites that were illegally uploading her films.’

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Although the code of ethics at Goldman Sachs Japan does not specifically bar former porn stars from employment, a job offer could be withdrawn if the candidate was not truthful about their past during the interview process.

So let me see if I got this straight. Fraud, insider trading, lending out 35 dollars for every dollar in your vault and sparking a subprime mortgage crisis that leads to a global financial down turn is all fine and dandy, but appear in a film like ‘Lost Virginity’ and you’re fired? Doesn’t exactly seem fair to me.

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