Following her dismisal from her job as Miss USA, Carrie Prejean appeared in an advertisement funded and released by the National Organisation For Marriage. In addition, Prejean hired the services of a Christian public relations firm. Backtracking slightly, on May 1st, 2009, in an interview with Greta Van Susteran, Prejean claimed that she did not have any opinion reguarding civil unions for gay and lesbian couples. She has also offered to
Photograph Controversy. Carrie Prejean was involved in a controversy surrounding a semi-nude photograph which had surface of her. This led to an investigation by the Miss USA pageant, on the grounds that she had potential broken a contractual clause against nude or semi-nude photographs
CNN conducted an investigation, which uncovered several key points. Prejean's lawsuit is believed to have been driven by the discovery of a sex tape starring Carrie Prejean. Prejean stated that the sex tape was created when she was 17, for her boyfriend at the time. Sources discovered by CNN's investigation indicated otherwise, stating that Prejean would have been twenty years old in the sex tape. The investigation also concluded that more than one sex tape had been made by Prejean in the same time period, all of which featured similar erotic content.
CNN's investigation also discovered that the adult entertainment company Vivid Entertainment, had legally aquired a copy of one or more of the videos. However, Vivid is unable to release the one or more videos without first getting direct permission from Carrie Prejean.
Carrie Prejean was then subsequently involved in a heated interview with Larry King on CNN. King, with a history of digging deep to uncover the truth, asked Prejean why she had settled her lawsuit with the Miss American organization. Prejean declined to give an answer, prompting King to begin taking phone calls from viewers. Prejean claims that she had requested beforehand that no phone calls be taken. King turning to the the phone lines prompted Prejean to remove her microphone.
Openly gay Keith Lewis, the executive director of Miss California USA and Miss California Teen USA, released a statement blasting Prejean, saying, "The public is finally getting a glimpse of the real Carrie Prejean who lives in her own delusional little world". Clearly, Prejean is not making any friends acting the way she is.
There's no way of knowing how hot the sex tape (or tapes) are until Vivid entertainment and Carrie Prejean come to an agreement reguarding the release of the videos. With her lawsuit against Miss USA dropped, the likelyhood of Carrie Prejean's Miss America sex tape being released has increased, as she's currently facing counter-lawsuits filed by Miss USA. Miss USA is counter-suing Prejean for all profits of her upcoming book, a book which Miss USA claims is a violation of Prejean's contract. Miss USA is also counter-suing for the $5,200 they loaned Prejean so that she could get breast implants.
The original miss america sex tape was a video that very few people were willing to touch. A blogger who was contacted by the seller stated to E! Online that their lawyer's had advised them not to buy the sex tape, or put it on their website, as it was to racy and would be considered pornographic. Suffice to say, more than a few people are interested in seeing the tape. A sex tape that only one company is willing to touch? It's difficult not to let one's imagination run wild!
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