Vivid Entertainment CEO Steven Hirsch, wrote to Miss Jones offering her $1 million and a flight to Los Angeles with first class accommodation if she decided to star in one of Hirsch's movies. The blonde High Wycombe woman told ITV's This Morning
programme she was comfortable with having the condition, despite the fact she had to effectively lose her virginity twice.
Mr Hirsch's Californian-based company became the first studio to introduce celebrity sex films, showing footage of Pamela Anderson and then-husband Tommy Lee and Kim Kardashian. They have even offered reprieved Amanda Knox a career in the porn industry
as well as Casey Anthony a part in the industry almost as soon as she was found not guilty in the murder trial of her daughter Caylee Anthony
Miss Jones also told the breakfast magazine programme hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, "Once I found out what it was I told everybody," she added, "I thought it was amazing and it's definitely an ice-breaker at parties, if women want to have a look, I'm quite happy to show them, it's not something I'm embarrassed by."
Hazel also admitted to finding sex a painful experience in the past. Her long-term boyfriend had advised her to visit the doctor after telling her she was "different in the genital area". She refused surgery fearing it would have left significant scar tissue or damaged sensitive nerve areas responsible for sensual feelings in the vaginal area.
Miss Jones has so far not responded
to the offer.