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Biography[ edit ] Raquel Pacheco was born in Sorocaba , the result of a sexual assault her biological mother had suffered. Her mother decided to abandon her,  and with a few days of the baby was in an orphanage. After a few months, she was adopted by an upper middle class Paulistana family. In interviews, she pointed out that the discovery of her adoption was one of the deciding factors for leaving home at 17, leaving a farewell letter.
She also revealed in interviews that she was a very depressed child and adolescent, always socially isolated, and bullied for her withdrawn way of being. She claims that, although she never lacked material goods, and was well educated in private schools, she did not receive much affection and attention from her parents, always being in the company of the nanny and maids.
She was always the subject of humiliation by her brother, who never accepted the fact that her parents had adopted her and taken him from the position of only child, and therefore sole heir. Additionally, the decision that led her to leave home included the want to not depend on anyone and to earn her own money. After leaving home, she lived on the streets. Not wanting to continue like this, and unable to find work, he saw the announcement of a brothel in the newspaper classifieds, and became a prostitute there.
Over time, to endure the pain and humiliation of living this life, she became a cocaine user. Her brother discovered her new life and told the family. As a result, the family stopped talking to Bruna, which still makes her very sad.
Renting her own apartment, she began serving clients in upscale neighbourhoods of Sao Paulo. After three years of this activity, she claimed to have serviced 5, men. She was married from to to a former client of hers. She revealed that she intends to have children up to the age of forty, but that professional projects always make her postpone motherhood.
She called her mother, who confirmed the death. This left her shaken and she even attempted suicide, but she is now able to overcome the loss with the help of spirituality. This blog became popular among internet users, gaining about ten thousand monthly visits to the site. In this blog, Raquel referred to preferences and customs of her nightlife in a way analogous to the ordinary diaries of teenagers.
The only page Rachel herself wrote was the last, where she says she decided to drop prostitution. What can be exciting for a lot of girls like me in their twenties is routine to me.
Once released, the book quickly topped the bestseller list, with crowded book signing and release nights in Portugal and Spain, as well as several print runs. The sales reached a total of thousand copies.
Sales reached 18 thousand copies, considered good for the Brazilian market. This book has material written especially for the adult audience, and there is an age indication on the cover. Which, according to her, was the same as the fee for seeing 3 clients and seemed to make sense at the time.
The lead role is played by actress Maria Bopp.
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