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  • The newly crowned Miss California Carrie Prejean has proved to be amongst the more controversial beauty pageant winners. The scandal continues as the pageant has demanded repayment for Carrie’s breast augmentation.

    Carrie Prejean, Plastic Surgery

    22-year old Carrie Prejean stunned the nation when she openly announced her views on gay marriage. Then pageant followers were stunned again when Carrie came out about her breast augmentation, which was paid for with pageant funds. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Carrie Prejean’s Breast Implants).

    Since her initial controversy, Carrie has been dethroned as the reigning Miss California, with pageant officials citing continued alleged breach of contract issues as the reason.

    Now, the pageant is also asking Carrie for repayment of what they say was a $5200 loan made with an oral agreement to pay for breast implants.

    Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr David Shafer says, “This sounds like a complex legal issue. However, it is ridiculous lawsuits like this that are tying up our court system. If the California Pageant is hard up for $5200, then they have bigger problems than this lawsuit. Why they are paying for a contestant’s implants in the first place is another interesting question altogether.”

    In addition to the $5200, the pageant is also asking for profits from a tell-all book that Carrie has written that is due out next month.

    Plastic surgeon Dr Richard Ellenbogen says, “Duh! If the Miss California Pageant was, for example, an amorous boyfriend who bought breast implants for his girlfriend and then he fondled away but then they broke up, could he ask for his money back? I don’t think so. Get real Miss California Pageant. You are a jealous boyfriend and deserve only memories.”

    It seems that even after being dethroned, Carrie has kept her title as a scandal queen and Make Me Heal looks forward to the next chapter of her saga.

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    5 Comments so far

    1. CE on October 29, 2009 6:57 am

      I’m glad she stood up for her values. So she doesn’t think gay marriage is right. Big deal. She has a right to her opinion. Get over it.

    2. mr.ed on October 29, 2009 7:01 am

      If possession is 9/10 of the law, the most she would owe them would be $520, less depreciation, at this point about 70% off what she would have earned if she’d kept her impolitic politics to herself=$156.

    3. viv on October 29, 2009 2:41 pm

      Don;t cry over spilt milk… Those are her implants. Miss California Pageant should have never paid for those implants… shame on them that they did.

    4. Alexis on October 31, 2009 12:09 pm

      The problem never would have occurred. Yes, she has a right to her opinion, but when she is publically representing the state of California, she has to follow the rules she agreed to accept. EIther the state of California should better define their rules for their MAP contestants, or someone should have vetted the choice of pageant entrant in the first place.

      But either way, SOMEBODY should get their money back for these awful implants. She’s too small and thin for implants to ever look natural on her. The breasts she was born with fit her frame. Unfortunately, she does not like the body she was born with and thinks it can be surgically ‘improved’. One look at these implants should prove that it cannot.

    5. boob job pictures on November 7, 2009 9:51 am

      I honestly think that some actresses looked better with the breast they had earlier, what were they thinking doing this… its disapointing..

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