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“Nude Clause” May Screw Miss California Carrie Prejean; We’ll Know Today

From When Carrie Prejean returned from the Miss USA pageant in Sin City two weeks ago, the 21-year-old surely had no idea that so many “sins” of her own would surface.

The California representative was slammed for voicing her traditional views on marriage during the live telecast. Later, it emerged that state pageant officials had paid for her breast implants just prior to the competition and on Monday scandalous snaps taken of Prejean in her underwear hit the worldwide web.

So could these photos (taken several years prior to the high-profile pageant) cost her the crown and the chance to become Miss USA if the current titleholder, Kirsten Dalton, goes on to become Miss Universe?

Pop Tarts obtained an official contract signed by Prejean before competing in the state pageant preliminary last year which indicates that the beauty queen may have violated the rules & regulations as her state representative. By signing the contract, Prejean agreed that to “conduct activities in life according to the highest moral standards” and understood that “appearing in public or permitting myself to be photographed in the state of partial nudity or in the nude constitutes a violation of this provision (that includes photographs that may have appeared on MySpace or Facebook).”

Donald Trump, co-owner of the Miss Universe Organization, refused to comment on the current controversy although according to insiders he is investigating the issue and taking it very seriously — although this definitely isn’t the first time the Donald has been slapped with a snap-related scandal.

In December 2006, former Miss Nevada Katie Rees was dethroned when intimate pictures of her engaging in oral sex were leaked. However in 2006, Miss Universe Australia Erin McNaught was still allowed to compete despite having posed topless for men’s magazine “Zoo Weekly” in 2004.

An inside source told Tarts that California’s pageant directors Keith Lewis and Shanna Moakler met behind closed doors on Tuesday and are expected to make an announcement with regards to Prejean’s fate on Wednesday.

However at this stage, Prejean herself has no plans to surrender her sash.

“Carrie will continue to be doing what she’s doing,” her rep told Tarts on Tuesday afternoon. “She is taking this week off to make some plans and take some meetings but as of right now nothing has changed.”

The San Diego native also feels that the release of the pictures is yet another attempt to discredit her strong Christian values.

“I am a Christian and I am a model. Models pose for pictures, including lingerie and swimwear photos,” Prejean said in a statement. “The photos of me taken as a teenager have been released surreptitiously to a tabloid website that openly mocks me for me for my Christian faith. I am not perfect and I will never claim to be perfect.”

However it seems the nudie pics may not be the only term the blonde beauty breached. According to the contract, she also agreed that the state pageant directors have “exclusive right and control over all personal appearances” related to her regal role and despite numerous requests from Moakler and Lewis not to continue talking to the press about the issue, Prejean spoke out to various media outlets.

“Carrie is going to have to stop doing the press circuit about how great it is she used the First Amendment and her First Right, and really sit down with these people that she’s hurt,” Moakler told Tarts last week.

Miss USA Host Billy Bush Thinks Carrie Prejean Will ‘Resign’

Billy Bush has been hosting beauty pageants for quite some time now, but we’re assuming (thanks to Carrie Prejean’s controversial response to Perez Hilton’s question on gay marriage) that he hasn’t experienced any quite as tumultuous as 2009’s Miss USA crowning.

“I think Miss California answered very honestly, she was true to herself and to her beliefs,” Bush told Tarts at Sunday’s Lollipop Theater Network’s Game Day on Sunday. “But I’m amazed at where she’s gone with it. She’s sort of found a new crusade.”

And ultimately, Bush believes that “new crusade” of speaking out for her belief in traditional marriage could cost her the Miss California crown.

“Since Miss USA, there has been no phone calls between the California organization and her. I think she’s gone,” he added. “Ultimately my guess is that she’ll resign because why be Miss California when you’ve got a bigger platform and a bigger audience? So I think she’s going to do that.”


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