Carrie Prejean, what else can be said that hasn’t been said all ready. She won a pageant, she got scrutinized by the media, her private life got out (sex tapes and breast implants), and she had her crown taken away. Now, by all media accounts, it’s payback time literally (again).
It was first reported that she was being asked to pay back the costs of her breast implants. The question was, should she be asked to reimburse the buyer (K2 productions) for the cost of the implants since she was booted from the Miss American pageant or should she be able to walk away from the whole affair with a nice pair of double DD’s and what dignity she has left?
However, shortly thereafter a private settlement on the matter was reached between both parties and Carrie said she could not comment on the terms of the settlement, and was again scrutinized by the media.
Now a Christian-focused public relations firm based in Texas is suing the beauty queen for not paying them for services they say they rendered on her behalf.
In my opinion, Carrie trumpeted Christian ideals and the high moral ground, but her private life didn’t live up to these high standards. Since she talked the talk, she should now have to walk the walk. She should reimburse the buyer for her implants (something we won’t know if she already had to do as part of the settlement) and she should have to pay the PR firm for any documented services they provided her when she was their client.