Former Miss California Carrie Prejean, who became a lightning rod for the gay marriage debate after stating her “biblical” opinion that marriage is between a man and a woman, is now taking the plunge herself. Prejean is marrying her fiance, football player Kyle Boller, on Friday.
Dethroned “biblically correct” beauty queen Carrie Prejean is about to do something that gays and lesbians can no longer do in California — she’s getting hitched.
TMZ has learned Prejean — a woman — is set to tie the knot with NFL quarterback Kyle Boller — a man — at The Grand Del Mar hotel in San Diego.
Carrie gushed about how she saw herself married to Kyle last year. Looks like she is getting her wish. If the reports regarding her true personality and ego are to believed, I wish this guy luck. Something tells me Carrie would be a pretty high-maintenance wife. Being an NFL wife will make her even more high profile, which is the name of her game, right? As for the fiance, he looks like kind of a meathead, which sounds about right – a football player and a beauty queen. How original.
A contestant in the Miss California pageant is earning unfortunate comparisons to Carrie Prejean with her ignorant, bigoted comments. “Miss Beverly Hills,” Lauren Ashley, quoted a passage from the bible that states the people in same sex relationships will be killed by God. Because, you know, everything in the bible should be taken at face value. The Bible also advocates sacrificing and beating children and treating women as property. You don’t hear a lot of people admitting they adhere to those parts of the Good Book.
Says Ashley to FOX News: “The Bible says that marriage is between a man and a woman. In Leviticus it says, ‘If man lies with mankind as he would lie with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination. They shall surely be put to death and their blood shall be upon them.’ The Bible is pretty black and white. I feel like God himself created mankind and he loves everyone, and he has the best for everyone. If he says that having sex with someone of your same gender is going to bring death upon you, that’s a pretty stern warning, and he knows more than we do about life.’”
Ashley will be competing in the Miss California pageant in November. She’s a big fan of Carrie Prejean, and has “no hate” for anybody, even her gay friends:
“That isn’t really the issue. I have a lot of friends that are gay, and … I have a lot of friends who have different views, and we share our views together.”
There should be a PSA for bigots and homophobes that it’s no longer acceptable to use the “I have friends that are…” excuse. Lauren Ashley may call herself “Miss Beverly Hills,” but Beverly Hills doesn’t want her. TMZ reports that a representative from the city of Beverly Hills says that they have nothing to do with this idiot. “Ms. Ashley resides in Pasadena … She does not represent Beverly Hills in any capacity.” TMZ clarifies by explaining that “contestants are allowed to chose which area they represent.” I doubt there are many areas in the US that would openly want to be associated with this woman.
Oh, and since we brought up holier-than-thou solo sex tape star Carrie Prejean, it’s worth mentioning that Ms. Christian Values is now living with her boyfriend.
Before we get into the Donald Trump stuff, lets recap the past few weeks of Carrie Prejean‘s crap: Delusions, whines, sex tapes, inappropriate, Larry King, martyr complex, Jesus-y fake boobs, lies, lawsuits. Basically, Carrie Prejean has been caught in so many lies, I can’t even keep track of the stuff anymore. The latest being her sex tape. Allegedly, the “biggest mistake” of her life was making one solo tape and sending it to her boyfriend when she was allegedly underage. However, her boyfriend and most media outlets claim that Carrie was either nineteen or twenty when she made the tape… and, oh yeah, there are now eight tapes, allegedly, as well as a stash of “naked photos”. Here was Radar’s report on the tapes:
There are 30 nude photos and eight sex tapes of former Miss California Carrie Prejean, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
It’s the most shocking turn yet in a scandal that has continued to follow the woman whose anti-gay marriage stance led to a national controversy and pitted her against pageant organizers.
Stripped of her crown, Prejean sued the Miss California USA pageant but reportedly settled after the sex tape surfaced. She called the sex tape the biggest mistake of her life.
Now a RadarOnline.com investigation has uncovered that there are SEVEN more “biggest mistakes” of her life – all of them solo performances, just like the one sex tape that the religious beauty queen has admitted to. And there are 30 photos of Carrie, most topless, some showing everything, and most taken by Carrie using her reflection in a mirror.
On one tape Carrie is wearing just a flowing white blouse as she touches her own body in an alluring manner. Carrie can be heard moaning on a few of the tapes.
In her newly released book Carrie wrote, “God gave us our bodies, and it’s perfectly right that we use them in ways where we can give glory to God by making our bodies, our temples of the Holy Spirit, strong and fast.”
After that, Radar put up another story claiming that they have proof Carrie was over 18 years old in the tapes and photos, but the story seems weird to me. They claim that Carrie’s lawyer has started wording the denials very carefully, and that they have a “source” who knows for sure that Carrie was older, and that the tapes and photos show tan lines. Which… you know, underage girls have tan lines and stuff, so it just seems like Radar is grasping. Don’t get me wrong, I believe that Carrie was over 18 years old, I just want Radar to stop trying so hard.
Anyway, that brings me to today’s story. According to Page Six, Carrie is going crazy with everyone calling her on her bullsh-t, so she’s been calling Donald Trump for advice. Trump’s advice? “She should become a major [pr0n] star, make millions of dollars, and give it to worthy causes.” Seriously.
Carrie Prejean has been calling Donald Trump, who owns the Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants, for advice on what she should do since she was fired as Miss California and a sex tape surfaced. Prejean — a Christian who was vilified because she opposes gay marriage — has lost all credibility and her reputation has been blown to shreds, Trump told one source. “Maybe,” Mr. Trump said only half-jokingly, “she should become a major [pr0n] star, make millions of dollars, and give it to worthy causes.”
This is one of the few times I agree with Trump. Carrie should just bite the bullet and allow Vivid Entertainment to release her tapes. She could even make a sweet deal that she would profit from enormously. But, the bad thing is that Carrie might have a bigger, more influential, more profitable career doing her faux-conservative/hypocrite shtick. It’s the new celebrity!
Carrie Prejean at the Today Show on November 10, 2009. Credit: Roger Wong/INFphoto.com
On when she traded her depraved teenage behavior for Christianity:
I went to Santa Barbara and I found out that it was a big party school, and I just didn’t seem to fit in. So after I came back, I started going to San Diego Christian College, and that’s where I felt at home…I think that was at a Christian school where it’s cool to study on Friday nights, and you don’t have the pressure of going out and drinking, and you are surrounded by people who have the same interests as you. That was a big turning point in my life, when I started going to the Rock, when I was about 18.
On finding forgiveness for Perez Hilton:
Oh yeah. I actually feel really sorry for him. I really do. If you look at his website, it’s kind of scary what he does.
Does your Christian faith inform your views?
Absolutely. If you read the Bible, it seems like everybody is trying to argue with the truth. It’s in the Bible, and if you believe in the Bible you believe it’s the truth. It starts with Adam and Eve and ends with a wedding.
How do you respond to people who might say you hate gays and lesbians?
People who say I hate gays and lesbians are, in a polite way, ignorant. I think they don’t see that just because someone doesn’t agree with redefining marriage that they hate you—I’ve never said that I hated gays. I have friends who are gay. I have hairdressers who are gay. I live in California—that’s the most liberal state there is. I am not afraid of gays. It’s just a personal opinion. They have an opinion; I have my own opinion. Why is my opinion not valid?
Christian groups have asked you to come to their events and included you in advertisements. Did you ever think these groups were exploiting you for their own ends?
No, I think they embraced what I stood for. People forget that I’m 22 years old. Not many people would have done what I did. Everything was on the line; I’d worked so hard for this goal, and I wasn’t willing to lie, to be politically correct to win the pageant. Regardless of who you are, people are drawn toward that. People are drawn toward a 22-year-old speaking out for what she believes in and being brutally attacked because of it. I don’t think any of these groups are exploiting me. I think they’re embracing the younger generation doing something.
On reconciling her breast implants with her Christian faith:
No, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with getting breast implants as a Christian. I think it’s a personal decision. I don’t see anywhere in the Bible where it says you shouldn’t get breast implants.
Can you comment on the reports that you settled a lawsuit against Miss USA because of sex tapes?
Everything that was discussed in mediation was confidential. There is a video out there of me. I was really young and immature. It was the worst mistake of my life. It was a really stupid, stupid decision that I made. But I take full responsibility for it. Did I think I would ever be a celebrity or that my boyfriend at the time, who I sent it to, would ever blackmail me? No. I think we all make mistakes and we all do things when we’re young that sometimes backfire later in life. I give advice to younger girls in my book because I’ve learned a lot since I was 16 or 17 years old.
Is there anything more to be said about this? No, I think Carrie covered everything. Media = Bad. Breast implants = good. Breast implants that you didn’t have to pay for = even better. Jesus = great. Gay hairdressers = good. Married gay hairdressers = bad. My favorite quote of the whole interview is actually “I wasn’t willing to lie, to be politically correct to win the pageant.” No, but she was perfectly willing to lie after she lost the pageant, and she will continue to lie whenever, however, and as much as she sees fit. This chick is delusional.
Here are more of the “crazy eyes” pictures from Carrie’s speaking engagement at The Family Research Council’s annual ‘Values Voter Summit’ in Washington on September 18, 2009. Credit: WENN.
Carrie Prejean got all indignant and nearly stormed off the set of Larry King Live last night, calling Larry’s questions about the mediation in her lawsuit against the Miss California pageant “inappropriate” repeatedly as if she was scolding a naughty kindergartner. She got flustered with King’s questions about her settlement, and called the details “confidential,” pulling off her mic and threatening to leave when Larry took a call.
Before that, Prejean repeated the exact same talking points she used on Hannity and The Today Show – there’s a campaign against her, the “liberal media” attacks conservative women more than the other side, and the whole issue with the Miss California pageant is about her response to the gay marriage question. She even called Sarah Palin her “hero.” She did admit that she got fired from the pageant for “supposed contract violations, not making appearances, and I guess being hard to work with.” At least she knows what she’s accused of.
Radar Online is reporting that Carrie stormed off set after taking off her mic. She may have, but she came back after the break and continued to answer questions. She came across as a petulant child who took offense to a simple, non-threatening question. Carrie’s other issue was that Larry took a call from a viewer right after he upset her with his simple line of questioning. Supposedly the show worked out a deal with Carrie’s people that no calls would be accepted.
KING: We’re back with Carrie Prejean. She’s the author of “Still Standing.” That book is available everywhere. We’ll take a call or two for Carrie in a moment. You sued the pageant after they fired you. They counter-sued. And then you accused them of a number of things including religious discrimination, clearly an issue very important to you. Why did you settle? You don’t have to tell me the terms of the settlement. But why settle, since you had a fight to carry on?
PREJEAN: Larry, everything that was discussed in mediation — I’ll say it again — is completely confidential. I’m not going to be able to talk about that. So I’m just letting you know that ahead of time.
KING: So you can’t even say why you settled? That’s not — how does that break what you settled for. I’m not asking you what the settlement was.
PREJEAN: It’s a confidential agreement and I’m not allowed to talk about that. So —
KING: So the agreement discusses the motive behind why each party agreed?
PREJEAN: Larry, you’re being inappropriate. You really are. So I’m not going to —
KING: What? I’m asking a question.
PREJEAN: I’m not going to talk about anything discussed in mediation. It was a confidential settlement.
KING: All I’m asking — so — All right. So what you’re saying is, in mediation, it was discussed why you were mediating?
PREJEAN: Larry, it’s completely confidential. And you’re being inappropriate, OK?
KING: All right. Inappropriate King Live continues. Detroit, hello.
CALLER: Hi, calling from Detroit. I’m a gay man and I love pageants. I’m sure that you, Carrie, have got great gay friends that helped you possibly win. What would you gave them as advice if they wanted to get married?
KING: Did you hear the question, Carrie? Did she hear the question? Is she leaving because I asked what motivated the settlement?
PREJEAN: Excuse me?
KING: Did you hear the question?
PREJEAN: No, I can’t hear you.
KING: You took the mike off. You put the mike on, you can hear.
PREJEAN: I think you’re being extremely inappropriate right now. And I’m about to leave your show.
KING: Well, so I went to another area. I took a phone call. They asked a question of you. I left that subject. You feel it was inappropriate? I didn’t mean to be inappropriate. I just thought it was a logical question. But you need to have a mike. Who are you talking to?
Hello? We’ll be back right after these messages on LARRY KING LIVE.
KING: We’re back with Carrie Prejean. I did not certainly mean to ask you a question — you don’t want to take phone calls, right?
PREJEAN: Yes, that was the agreement that you had with my publicist.
KING: No one told me. I didn’t know we weren’t supposed to take phone calls. And I meant nothing of the question.
PREJEAN: Right, and this is you and I talking and I appreciate that.
KING: OK. What are you going to do next?
PREJEAN: Oh, my gosh. I’m just so excited to be, you know, promoting this book. I’m so excited to be an author now. It’s really great that — I’m 22 years old, and I think that I’ve accomplished so much. And I think that there is definitely a message out there to spread to young women and that is, you know, never do anything that you wouldn’t want your biggest fans to see or, you know, never do anything that, heaven forbid, your dad would see.
This girl is such a piece of work. All she had to do was tell Larry she was legally bond not to discuss the settlement. She could have smiled and said she was so sorry but she was honoring her agreement. Instead she got all mad and tried to seem like the authority in a conversation with a seasoned interviewer on a major cable network. The more Carrie does press for her book, the more she shows why she got fired and ended up having to drop her lawsuit. She is a snotty, difficult person with a persecution complex.
TMZ reports that the guy Carrie sent her “solo sex tape” to claims she asked him to lie and say she was only 17 so it wouldn’t be published. He tells TMZ that Carrie was 20 when she made the tape, not 17. He reportedly wanted $10,000 for it, and I bet some outlet will pony up and it will soon hit the ‘net. Oh goody.
Carrie Prejean’s book promoting morning talk show rounds finished up with the “Today Show” this morning. And all she did was repeat what she said to Sean Hannity: boo hoo, nothing’s my fault, all the liberals are mean to me and I never did a single thing to deserve it. I think that’s the just of it. Oh, and the reason she’s still “under attack” is because of her answer to the gay marriage question.
Prejean told Vieira she remains convinced that everything that’s happened to her is because of her beliefs.
“The biggest thing and the reason I wrote this book is Americans believe their beliefs are under attack, and this is proof,” she told Vieira, adding that the sex tape is another example of what her enemies will do to attack her.
“All I know is there is a campaign against me trying to silence me,” Prejean said. “They tried to embarrass me. They tried to humiliate me. They tried to attack me. And I’m still standing.”
The book, she said, is her way of telling her side of the story.
“Americans heard only bits and pieces of what really happened,” Prejean said. “I think that there is a liberal bias in the media, and it’s unfortunate that conservative women are attacked for their beliefs. It’s unacceptable and it shouldn’t happen. So many Americans are frustrated. So many Americans believe that their beliefs are under attack, and they should be silent and free speech doesn’t exist.”
Prejean doesn’t seem capable of coming up with any unique thoughts, given that all her talking points were exactly the same when she spoke to Sean Hannity. Except that when Meredith Vieira didn’t nod along and agree with everything Prejean said (unlike Hannity), Prejean started aggressively questioning her about whether she believed several prominent conservative women (Sarah Palin being the most notable example) were criticized by the media. But she wasn’t asking if they were singled-out, just if they had been criticized. Obviously Vieira had to say yes; but lots of liberal women (and men) are criticized by the media. Many people in general are criticized by the media. Her argument is essentially “the media has criticized me,” without noting that the media criticizes most everyone. But it’s okay when it happens to everyone else, but Prejean should be treated like the special breakable glass flower that she is.
There is no campaign to silence her. Everything is someone else’s fault. It’s the media’s fault, it’s the pageant’s fault. If people don’t like her or what she has to say, then they’re trying to silence her. There’s no campaign, we just don’t want to hear from you! Oh and here’s a great one – she says if we think she’s a bigot, then the president is too. Genius argument Carrie.
And just as a superficial aside, at one point she was talking about all the pageant contestants being introduced to Donald Trump, and she said “We were just so excited to meet The Donald at the time, and he just came out and meeted us…” I can’t say I feel badly for snickering at her many missteps.
For all you can say about Carrie Prejean, the adjectives “hypocrite,” “self righteous,” and “narcissistic” coming immediately to mind, she sure knows how to promote herself. Prejean is currently shilling her now ironically titled book Still Standing: The Untold Story of My Fight Against Gossip, Hate, and Political Attacks in light of the news that a sex tape has emerged in which she is the only star. Last night Prejean was on uber-tolerant Fox show Hannity and not only did she acknowledge the fact that there was a solo sex tape, she also discussed how she made it. She said she was a teen at the time (hence TMZ passing on publishing it) and recorded it as a present for the boy she was dating, calling it “bad judgment,” “embarrassing” and “humiliating.” She also said “I’m taking total responsibility for it.” As much as I think that Carrie is full of it, she um handled this really well. (I have to admit that some of the stuff she said had me snickering like Beavis and Butthead at the double entendres. I know, I’m mature.)
But Carrie Prejean has a big ol’ fan in Sean Hannity, so why not?
Calling it the “biggest mistake” of her life, the deposed beauty queen tried to set the record straight about a video she says she shot of herself and sent to a boyfriend when she was a teenager.
“All by myself, I was sending a boyfriend at the time, who I loved and cared about, a video of me,” she said tonight on Hannity.
“Never did I think it would ever come out. But it was bad judgment. It’s embarrassing. It’s humiliating to be talking about this on national TV, if you can imagine. ”
And do you know what Hannity, who wrote the forward for Prejean’s memoir, Still Standing, said?
“It would be really embarrassing if it was me,” he said, doing his best to distract us from Prejean’s error in judgment by planting a far more disturbing idea in our heads.
“When you’re young, you think, This is the one,” Prejean continued explaining the circumstances in which she thought her home-movie experiment might be a good idea. “Never did I think it would come and just slap me right in the face.”
The tape in question was shopped around several months ago with a $10,000 price tage, but site after site turned it down. (Of course, maybe that’s because, according to Prejean, there was no sex in it, and topless pictures of her hit the Internet early this year.)
Its existence didn’t become publicly known until last week, when Prejean and the Miss California USA organization suddenly settled their dueling lawsuits over bad blood and boob-job money.
Carrie should have left it at “I was wrong, I made a solo sex tape and I regret it,” but then she and Hannity went off about how she was persecuted for her beliefs and not fired for the fact that she didn’t do her job at all. She said “I guess what they’re trying to say is that Christians are perfect… I never said I was perfect. It’s taken them this long to just dig through my past, beat my parents up, and it’s just because of my answer. People need to be reminded of that.” No, Carrie, it’s because you were super snotty and violated your contract with the Miss California pageant in many, many ways. She agreed with Hannity that conservative women were “absolutely” targeted for their beliefs, and he cited such luminaries as Michelle Malkin, Anne Coulter, and Sarah Palin. If Carrie never sued the Miss California pageant we probably wouldn’t be hearing about her and she would have been able to stop the “attacks” long ago.
Carrie claims that her book “gives Americans hope and shows them that Americans should not be attacked for their beliefs.” Soon Carrie will have yet another lawsuit and “attack” to rally against in the press. Miss California executive director Keith Lewis says he may sue her for defamation after reading the “false, categorically incorrect, derogatory and untrue” claims she makes about him in her book.
Carrie Prejean probably owns a bunch of bibles, but I’m guessing she doesn’t own any dictionaries. Or else she might understand the meaning of the word “hypocrite.” Carrie has gone on and on about morality and family values and her faith, which is all well and good. Unless you go off on how it’s immoral for two men to marry, or pose for topless photos. Everyone’s entitled to their beliefs, and allowed to take their tops off. Just don’t go lecturing other people on morality.
Hypocrite Carrie, still thinking that she’s set the bar so high and needs to lecture the rest of us on proper behavior, has gone off on pornography in her new book. That’s right, the girl who just dropped her $1 million lawsuit when she was shown her solo sex tape still thinks she’s more moral than the rest of us.
Carrie Prejean is shifting the blame for those topless modeling photos she took back in the day — now she claims our “culture” is the real problem … not just “the wind.”
In her new “tell-all” book, Carrie dedicates an entire passage to bitch about “pornography,” writing:
“Unfortunately, pornography has become mainstreamed — it rushes at us through big screens, portable screens; soft-core porn is on mainstream TV cable stations, hard-core porn is just a mouse click away on the internet, and the envelope of what seems acceptable seems to get pushed farther and farther as more and more people are exposed to this material.
The result is that girls grow up in a culture where it is hard to have an innocent, healthy, normal view of themselves, how they should behave, how they should act, and how they should dress.”
Carrie then addresses the topless pics directly, and states, “Our bodies are temples of the Lord. We should earn respect and admiration for our hearts, not for showing skin to look sexy … I have since learned that your outer beauty can only get you so far in life.”
Carrie’s obviously referencing her topless shots and not her solo sex tape, since this was written a while ago and the sex tape scandal just happened last week. I wonder what she would say – and how she’d rephrase – if this were written after video emerged of her giving herself a hand? And you’ll notice at no point does Carrie actually say she was wrong, or admit to the contradiction between her morals and values and actual behavior. All she said was “I have since learned that your outer beauty can only get you so far in life.” That’s not much.
Former Miss California Carrie Prejean and The Miss California pageant have decided to drop their lawsuits against each other. It’s unclear whether any settlement was reached or if both parties reached a mutual agreement not to pursue their claims. Prejean sued the pageant in August, alleging religious discrimination following her eventual firing for failing to fulfill her duties. Carrie was of course still focusing on her answer to the gay marriage issue at the Miss Universe pageant this spring in which she said “marriage should be between a man and a woman” despite the evidence that she violated the terms of her contract. Carrie failed to disclose several nude photo shoots against pageant rules, became the spokesperson for another organization also against regulations, and was generally obstinate and unresponsive when it came to showing up for events.
In October, the pageant countersued, and asked her to pay back the $5,200 they paid for her to get her boobs done before the Miss Universe pageant. It’s all over now, though, and Carrie is said to have backed down due to the countersuit:
Former Miss California, Carrie Prejean, and the Miss California Executive Director, Keith Lewis have settled their differences and are ready to move on.
In an official statement released Tuesday both sides said, “Carrie Prejean, Keith Lewis and K2 Productions have dropped their claim against each other and wish each other the best in their future endeavors.”
Back in August Carrie Prejean filed a lawsuit against Miss California USA claiming religious discrimination, pageant officials fired back with their own lawsuit demanding Prejean pay back $5,200 they claim they lent the former beauty queen for breast augmentation.
A source close to the situation tells RadarOnline.com that when Prejean saw the countersuit filed by the pageant she decided she no longer to pursue her case.
Keith Lewis said in his own statement Tuesday, “We are moving forward from the past and looking towards the crowning of two winners and the new look of the upcoming Miss California USA pageant, telecast live on November 22nd.”
Did pageant directors have some dirt on Carrie or did she just realize that there was no way she would win her case? Given her clear violations of the contract, and some of the very rude dismissive e-mails she sent pageant director Keith Lewis, I would guess that her lawyer convinced her she didn’t have a case. She probably realized that she wasn’t going to get a settlement big enough to pay her legal fees, either.
Yesterday, CB told us about the Miss California pageant’s cross-complaint suit against whackadoodle Carrie Prejean. (For those who think “whackadoodle” is too harsh, just look at our Carrie Prejean archives for a refresher on this woman’s insanity.) The war of words, lawsuits, cross-complaints, et cetera has been going on for months, and this latest was nothing new. But it was hilarious, because little Miss Prejean is now being sued for the $5200 boob job tab that the pageant initially picked up. They want that money back, and they basically called her a fraud. Of course Carrie was going to respond… but I really expected her to do a round of morning shows where she could throw around her smug victimhood. This time, though, her lawyer sent a statement to Radar. It’s still pretty delusional, so there’s still humor to be found. My favorite part is when the lawyer claims the pageant’s “friends in Hollywood” are trying to “destroy” Carrie’s reputation:
The beauty pageant world never has a dull moment. Carrie Prejean has responded to the countersuit the Miss CA USA pageant filed against her on Monday. Carrie’s lawyer released a statement to RadarOnline.com where he accused the pageant officials of trying to besmirch Carrie.
“This is just the latest installment in K2 Production’s ongoing smear campaign against Carrie Prejean. They have proven, once again, that they will use whatever scurrilous accusations they can dredge up – or invent – to try and tarnish Carrie’s reputation and her good name. It is both appalling and pathetic to see K2 and their friends in Hollywood try to destroy this young woman simply for standing up for her beliefs.”
Keith Lewis, the executive director of the Miss CA USA pageant, told RadarOnline.com on Monday: “Carrie Prejean asked us for the breast augmentation because she felt it would make her more competitive in the Miss USA pageant. She asked for the money and never paid it back. The surgery cost $5,200.”
Prejean has written a book about being de-crowned as Miss California. Still Standing: The Untold Story Against Hate, Gossip and Political Attacks will hit bookstores on November 9. Carrie’s publisher tells RadarOnline.com that she wrote the book herself, and did not use a ghostwriter.
In this statement, I think “friends in Hollywood” is code for “gays”. And I think “her beliefs” is code for “All-American, Jesus-lovin’, heterosexual D-cups”. Also, I think the lawyer seems to be saying that pageant officials have been making up the breast implant stories. He seems to forget that the officials might have actually kept the damn receipts. At some point, Carrie Prejean is less a delusional, sad girl, and more of a grifter. I really think of her that way now – she’s in it for the money, the fame, and to get as much as possible while people are still paying attention to her.
Carrie Prejean is shown on 9/18/09. Credit: WENN.com