LOS ANGELES — YouPorn.com has offered Melissa King $250,000 to promote its site and be crowned "Miss YouPorn."
King, 18, relinquished her title as Miss Delaware Teen USA on Tuesday after it was discovered that she had performed in an online sex video for GirlsDoPorn.com. King shot the video three months after her March birthday, and during her reign as Miss Teen Delaware International 2012.
In the GirlsDoPorn.com video, King admits to competing in beauty pageants and tells the cameraman that she's doing the video because she needs the money.
Once the interview ends, King proceeds to perform oral and vaginal sex with an unidentified male. The scene ends with a facial, which King claims as her favorite part.
It's unclear whether King plans to accept the YouPorn crown.
YouPorn rep Brandon Burns, in a letter to King, said that the adult tube site is "deeply saddened" about the resignation as Miss Delaware Teen USA.
But Burns said all is not lost.
"As you now know, there is nothing more popular than a story involving ex beauty pageant contestants doing porn," Burns said. "While your peers and the pageant officials may not like the publicity this is generating for them, we absolutely see a real opportunity for us to work together.
"While you may have surrendered your tiara for Miss Teen USA, we'd like to keep that pretty head of yours topped with ours, and name you Miss YouPorn," he said. "We'd like to offer you a compensation package of over $250,000 this year to go across the world and promote our site. We believe your incredible beauty and personality coupled with our internet traffic is a "win win" for both of us.
"We believe this story will only catapult your career and could really expose you to an entirely different audience. Many famous directors and producers frequent our site daily, we know this due to the emails we receive from them.
"I am sure through your travels with us as Miss YouPorn, you will meet a lot of incredible people and see the world. We'd love to sit down with you and your representatives at your earliest."