Posted by | May 7, 2009 21:08 | Filed under: Top Stories

I have no problem with modeling, nude or otherwise, as long we we’re all adults here.  The issue is the extent to which a beauty queen preaching “values” is familiar with the truth.  We already know she signed a statement stating there were no nude or semi-nude photos of her.  We also know her contract stated that she could not make commercials or speak on behalf of other groups with permission from pageant officials, and that she did not honor that part of her agreement.


And when a photo surfaced of Carrie Prejean semi-nude, she vowed it was the only one in existence.  “There are no other photos of me.  This is the only one I took,” she promised.  But now the site that published the first photo, thedirty.com, has a second one. But a rep for Miss California says someone photoshopped her face on someone else’s body.


The rep went on to say that Prejean maintains that one photo was taken during that session, “as far as she can remember.” Her rep noted that the photo was taken four years ago and “her memory might be faulty.”

 

Prejean’s rep also told Access the photo was taken by a friend of Prejean’s, who sent it to an agent, but that she “can’t remember his name.” The rep said they believe the agent might be responsible for releasing the photo to TheDirty.com.

 

According to her rep, Prejean has contacted the Web site and asked them to stop using her photo.

 

However, Nik Richie of The Dirty says:


Carrie, your lips are flapping and all you keep doing is lying and making everything worse! You and your “rep”? Isn’t it stated in your agreement with the pageant that you are not allowed to even have your own PR rep.? You have not tried once to get in touch with me or anyone here at TheDirty.com. The image is NOT photoshopped and an agent did not release these images to me. As for your statement, “can’t remember his name” that is the funniest thing I have ever heard. Carrie, TheDirty Army and I will pray for you.

 

Exodis 20:16

 

Ephhesians 4:24-25

 

Carrie, I am sure you skipped over those passages. I decided.- nik

 

Exodus 20:16 says, “You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor.”


Ephesians 4:2425 says, 24″and to put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness.” 25″Therefore each of you must put off falsehood and speak truthfully to his neighbor, for we are all members of one body.”

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