Miss California Carrie Prejean continues to stir controversy with pageant officials – but do more racy photos of the beauty queen exist?
On Tuesday, Prejean told the pageant committee that there was only one provocative photo that existed, which was first posted on TheDirty.com.
According to TMZ, she sent an e-mail to Keith Lewis, the Co-Director for the Miss California USA pageant, saying, "This was when I was 17 years old. I was a minor. It was when I was first getting into the modeling world, being naive, and young. I shouldnt (sic) have taken the photo of me in my underwear. There are no other photos of me. This was the only one I took."
But today, the pageant committee has been told there are at least four racy photos in total.
"I'm absolutely stunned. This completely changes things for us," Lewis said in a statement to Access Hollywood. "Yesterday, we thought she had explained things accurately. We need to revisit this issue with her."
Prejean signed a contract stating she has never been photographed nude or partially nude and the Miss California USA Organization told Access they will be meeting with runner-up Miss Malibu Tami Farrell in the next few days, suggesting she may soon be taking over the title of Miss California from Prejean.
As for who will decide Prejean's fate, a rep from the Miss California USA told Access, that along with pageant owner Donald Trump, that "the decision [would be] made in conjunction with the Miss California USA Directors and the Miss Universe Organization."
If Prejean loses the title of Miss California, Miss Arizona Alicia-Monique Blanco would become first runner-up to the Miss USA title.
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