Carrie Prejean, Even Sluttier Than You Thought
November 4th, 2009
It seems Carrie Prejean’s pretenses of superior moral character are as fake as her boobs or the National Organization for Marriage’s advertising.
Carrie Prejean demanded more than a million dollars during her settlement negotiations with Miss California USA Pageant officials — that is, until the lawyer for the Pageant showed Carrie an XXX home video of her handiwork.
The video the lawyer showed Carrie is extremely graphic and has never been released publicly. We know that, because TMZ obtained the video months ago but decided not to post it because it was so racy. Let’s just say, Carrie has a promising solo career.
Why, oh why, does this not surprise me?
Now for those of you who may have, in some moment of passion, pulled out the video camera to document your eternal love, I’m not criticizing your personal cinematic endeavors.
Unless, of course, you want to preach at me about “opposite marriage” or pretend that you have a hotline to God. Because if the creator of the universe has some special message for mankind that he wants to reveal through you, he’s probably first going to suggest that it might be more “biblically correct” if you weren’t a skanky slut.
The only down side to all of this is that Charles LiMondri, the San Diego Attorney / Anti-gay Activist is getting his legal fees paid.
August 31st, 2009
And she just doesn’t understand why businesses and other sponsors wouldn’t want her face and name attached to their profitability. It must be the fault of the Miss California pageant!!
So she’s suing. (NBC San Diego)
Carrie Prejean, the beauty queen who was stripped of her Miss California crown in June, sued two Miss USA California officials on Monday, claiming that she lost her crown solely for her religious beliefs. She is seeking unspecified damages.
Well, yeah, her religious belief that she doesn’t have to do the job of Miss California or keep in contact with the organization, perhaps.
“Over the past two months, we have worked hard to provide overwhelming evidence that Carrie Prejean did not violate her contract with Miss California USA and did not deserve to have her title revoked by Keith Lewis,” said attorney Charles S. LiMandri*, who is representing Prejean. “We will make the case that her title was taken from her solely because of her support of traditional marriage.”
Oddly enough, on some level he’s right. It was her unauthorized campaigning for National Organization for Marriage, a political organization that “supports traditional marriage”, that cost Carrie her job. If she had stayed in the state and cut ribbons and supported politically neutral endeavors, she’d still be Miss California today.
But Carrie’s a bit too dim to realize that Miss California doesn’t get to be a political advocate for a controversial cause. Most pageants frown on pissing off half of the public. And those who handled her were only interested in advancing their anti-gay advocacy and thought she was the perfect tool.
* if LiMandri’s name sounds familiar, it should. This is the same attorney that hosted a fundraiser for Proposition 8, who represented the San Diego firefighters who were “sexually harassed” by things like “look at the big firemen” at the gay pride parade, and who tried to encourage county clerks to break the law last summer when marriage was legal.