UPDATE: Fleshlight to Attend Prom With 18-Year-Old? Answer: No

AUSTIN, Texas—After an 18-year-old Minnesota high school student gained national attention for his attempts through Twitter to ask a porn star to accompany him to his high school prom, Fleshlight officials are willing to step help and help make the dream a reality.

Fleshlight has made an official offer to high school student Mike Stone that the company will pay for all travel expenses for the lucky man to have one of the Fleshlight Girls attend his prom. Stone has sent tweets to more than 600 adult film stars via Twitter to find an adult actress who will accompany him to his school's prom on May 12.

Stone's story made national headlines this weekend when it made the front page of social news site Reddit.

"When we heard Mike's story, we immediately wanted to help,” said Orlando Rios, social media director of Fleshlight. “Fleshlight is about making fantasy reality and we want to make Mike the envy of his friends by helping him pay the way for a porn star that has accepted his date request via Twitter, or pair him up with one of our Fleshlight Girls to be his prom date. We've reached out to Mike on Twitter and are now just awaiting his response."

Apparently, two performers have accepted Mike’s request, provided he could pay the travel expenses: Megan Piper and Emy Reyes. Piper reportedly tweeted, “If you can get me there, then yes :),” while Reyes replied via Twitter “Awww that’s reappear (sic) hun and I would love tooo.”

No word on whether school officials, or Stone's parents for that matter, will let the couling happen.

Stay tuned to www.Fleshlight.com for more details.


UPDATE: Fox News has reported that Stone's efforts were all for naught. Patty Phillips, superintendent of the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District, told FoxNews.com in an email that Piper, 19, would be prohibited from attending the dance because her appearance would be "inconsistent" with two district policies pertaining to visitors to school buildings and sites. The policy states that any individual or group can be denied entry to those events if the visit is "not in the best interest" of the district, district spokeswoman Jennifer McNeil told FoxNews.com.