Prejean claims pageant honcho Keith Lewis actually asked her last month if she would take two gigs -- appearing on "I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! She rejected both offers. A few minutes ago we talked to Lewis who said he was not pushing her to take either gig -- but merely passing the offers along.
Carrie Prejean: They Asked Me to do Playboy
Miss California USA Carrie Prejean was over 18 when she took those topless photos, so the story she was a minor isn't true -- at least according to a pageant official. We got hold of an email from one of Prejean's former sponsors we were asked not to use his name. He says Carrie took the pics after she had breast enlargement surgery -- the surgery was January 6, The sponsor says after the surgery, Carrie actually sent him one of the pics and asked "if she was in good enough shape for the Miss USA pageant. We've seen 4 topless pics of Carrie. She signed several contracts with the pageant saying she never had semi-nude pics taken.
Carrie Prejean 's sex tape cost her more than a million bucks during her settlement discussions with Miss California USA , but we've learned Vivid Entertainment is officially stepping up with an offer to line her pockets with even more money. Hirsch is asking to acquire the rights to distribute "erotic footage that Carrie Prejean, former Miss California, produced for her boyfriend following their four 4 day rendezvous in February In the letter, Hirsch tries tempting Carrie with this: "We would like to present Carrie with several options where she could certainly earn millions of dollars. TMZ spoke with attorney Limandri last night, and it looks like Carrie's not biting.
So, we ask, What would Jesus think? We contacted Carrie's rep, who gave us this statement yesterday: "This was a photo that was taken several years ago, when Carrie first started modeling. In her naivete, an agent convinced her to pose for this photo to submit to a lingerie company, claiming they could make her the next Victoria's Secret model. She has since learned what a lie that was, and what a mistake it was to have the photo taken. A short time later, we got a second statement: "Is there any allowance for the fact that she was a minor when the photo was taken, that would allow you not to post?