Wall Street porn star Veronica Vain just inked a 6-figure movie deal

She's tearing it up in the boardroom and the bedroom.

Feb 1, 2015, 7:27 pm

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EJ Dickson 

EJ Dickson

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Remember Veronica Vain, a.k.a. Paige Jennings, the former investment banking firm intern who, earlier this month, announced she was leaving Wall Street to embark on a porn career? Well, as it turns out, she was not screwing around.

Vain, 23, just signed a six-figure deal with ArrangementFinders.com, a dating website that offers to help young women and wealthy older men find “mutually beneficial arrangements” with each other. The deal includes Vain’s very first film, Screwing Wall Street: The Arrangement Finders IPO, which will be a parody of the 1987 Oliver Stone film Wall Street.

Although Vain has fielded a slew of offers from major porn studios in the past few weeks, she opted to sign with ArrangementFinders.com because of “the precedent it sets and the business opportunities for me and for the porn industry it creates,” she wrote in an e-mail to the Daily Dot. 

Because ArrangementFinders.com is a dating website and not an adult production company, “this is the first real product placement by a non porn related company in a pornography film, which could open real avenues for revenue growth for all production companies in the industry,” Vain explained. “Think of the possibilities for other sin industry’ products such as condoms, e-cigarettes, lingerie, lube, sex toys, supplements and even alcohol and tobacco. “

Vain will be starring in the film and co-writing it with porn performer Kayden Kross, who recently announced she was becoming president of ArrangementFinders.com and has a $1 million equity stake in the company. Vain will be playing the Charlie Sheen role in the film. “She’s the broker who is basically trying to become a player,” said Kross in a press release. “She does what she needs to do to get to the top.” Or on top, as the case may be.

A Wall Street porn parody isn’t exactly virgin territory: Brazzers came out with porn parody The Whore of Wall Street, a play on The Wolf of Wall Street, last year. Apparently, Vain will be lending her financial acumen to the scriptwriting process to make the film more “authentic,” which means this will either be the most realistic or boring porno ever made. That said, if calculating total notional amount of assets plus total notional amount of liabilities divided by equity is enough to make your stock rise, then it’s probably worth checking this flick out.

H/T New York Daily News | Photo via Veronica Vain/Twitter

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