Miss California Pageant to Carrie Prejean: Give Us Back Our Boob-Job Money!
First former Miss California Carrie Prejean was forced to give back her crown. And now she might be forced to give back a fistful of cash.
TMZ reports that K2 Productions, the production company behind the Miss California pageant, is demanding that Prejean—who was booted from her beauty-queen position in June for failing to meet contractual obligations—pay back the $5,200 that the pageant fronted her for her breast-augmentation surgery.
Way to hit a girl where it hurts, Miss California organization!
The demand came as part of a cross-complaint filed by the production company, in response to a lawsuit filed by Prejean in September. Prejean is suing for damages for slander, libel, public disclosure of private facts, intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress and religious discrimination.
As to that last point, the cross-complaint reads, in part,
"Had [Carrie] heeded the guidance of the Gospel of John, who admonished only those who are without sin to cast stones in judgment, she might have avoided this legal battle..."
Yes, but what did he have to say about casting the first breast implant?
Let us know in the comments section: Do you think the Miss California organization is justified in its demands, or are they just being vindictive?