Former Miss California Carrie Prejean is being sued by the organizers of the Miss California USA Pageant for the money they gave her to augment her breasts.
K2 Productions are asking for Prejean to return the $5,200 it gave her for breast augmentation surgery in a suit that they note is in direct response to a suit Prejean has lodged against them for dumping her as Miss California.
The suit seems straight forward enough, but then it just gets bizarre, because K2 notes that “Had [Prejean] 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.”
“We are continuing to prepare for our upcoming telecast of the Miss California USA pageant on November 22nd, but the integrity of the Miss California USA organization and the values it represents requires us to respond and present the truth. Our claim is not about financial reward, and all profits awarded will be donated to a charity that promotes the values of our organization.”
In case you missed it previously, Carrie Prejean is suing the organization for slander, libel, religious discrimination, infliction of emotional distress and public disclosure of “private facts,” specifically the public disclosure that her breasts were not natural.