Perez Hilton has posted at his Web site an image of the first page of a lawsuit slated to be filed on Friday, July 31, on behalf of Carrie Prejean. Miss Prejean was fired from her position as Miss California USA by pageant owner Donald Trump in June. Now Prejean is suing K2 Productions, which operates the Miss California USA pageant, and the organization’s top executives, Shanna Moakler and Keith Lewis. Prejean alleges slander, libel, boob job disclosure, religious discrimination, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress.
Reached for comment, Prejean told a reporter, “I have a deal for a book about my life that’s supposed to come out in November. My ghost writer is going nuts trying to come up with interesting stuff about me to fill out a whole book even though I talk to him about my life for hours and hours. I thought he had all the material he needs because almost every session ends with him holding himself and rocking back and forth and screaming something about ‘Enough! Enough!’ But the lawyer for the National Organization for Marriage, Charles LiMandri, says if I really want the book to be a bestseller, it needs more drama.
“Charles said I could get back all the headlines I lost when Donald Trump fired me if I sued the Miss California organization,” Prejean said, “so that’s what I’m doing. But I’m not suing Donald Trump even though he said I was being fired for being a two-faced bitch because I can totally make him dump his wife for me. I was raised that the Bible says marriage is one man and one woman, so she would definitely have to go.”
Prejean missed the actual filing of her lawsuit by three hours due to a misunderstanding in which she waited at a Westwood food court texting her friends before learning she was due at the Superior Court House in Los Angeles.