Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Dethroned and disgraced beauty queen Carrie Prejean owes $5,200 for breast implants floated by pageant organizers in January, according to a newly filed lawsuit.
Organizer K2 Productions claims Carrie Prejean stiffed the pageant after she requested the surgery to enhance her rack “to be more competitive” at the April 2009 Miss USA pageant and verbally agreed to repay the K2 loan, the complaint states.
Prejean was stripped of her crown June 10 for alleged contract violations. She later sued, accusing pageant officials of targeting her for a pageant answer she gave opposing gay marriage.
“Even before she became notorious for that answer and the ensuing media storm, Ms. Prejean was already causing difficulty,” the K2 counter-suit states:
“With her new-found notoriety, an inflated sense of self, and the lure of financial gain available to her, Ms. Prejean turned even further against the Miss California USA organization.”
The new suit accuses Prejean of missing events, lying about semi-nude photos that appeared on the internet, negotiating an unauthorized book deal and using her title without authorization to help promote the National Organization for Marriage’s campaign against gay marriage equality.
K2 asks for the proceeds from Prejean’s planned book, the $5,200 from the breast surgery and other relief.