Talk about the Playboy model calling the topless model a skank! One week after Shanna Moakler impulsively resigned from the Miss USA Organization, she’s back again, this time slamming Carrie Prejean for basically being everything that she is herself, only prettier.
Shanna Moakler is so bitter and jealous and ugly inside. Shanna is the whore who threw herself a divorce party, insults just about everyone on her MySpace blogs, and keeps trying to sleep her way to the top.
A lil background info: Shanna said that the Miss USA organization paid for Carrie Prejean‘s implants because she doesn’t agree with Carrie’s stance on gay marriage. Before Shanna put Carrie on blast, no one knew that Carrie had implants. Shanna’s evil! Shanna says that she doesn’t “have a vendetta” against Carrie. Oh, really? And that she apologized to Carrie for telling the media that Carrie got implants.
In retaliation, Miss California sent Shanna “hurtful emails” after the press conference, saying that Moakler “should be thanking [Prejean] for extending [her] fifteen minutes.” Carrie’s right! The emails also included bible passages that Shanna “felt were inappropriate.”
It’s not like Carrie’s going to say anything about Shanna now, so Shanna’s fighting back, like the mature adult that she always is, saying,
“Carrie is very, very nice when she wants something. And when it’s her turn to do her end of the deal, it’s very complicated. She’s late, she doesn’t show up. It’s always a problem. I can deal with difficult, but I can’t deal with nasty and she was getting nasty.”
“She was up there talking, and I just realized … she was — in Carrie fashion — not taking responsibility, pointing fingers at everyone else, and then Mr. [Donald] Trump went up and spoke and I really thought that he was going to say, ‘From here on out, Carrie has to comply with her contract,’ or something along those lines.
“It was just more like another big puff piece on Carrrie Prejean and why she is not responsible for breaching her contract.”
“I just had a really, really hard time swallowing everything that just took place, and it just made me really sad, and it just basically made our state contracts have no validity. What does it matter if these girls sign these contracts if they don’t have to live up to them, and if they don’t live up to them, they just get rewarded.”
“I personally paid for photo shoots for Carrie Prejean, that are $3,000 photo shoots. I spent a thousand dollars in makeup for her, I got out and scouted and found [all our] sponsors … I felt like, ‘Why do I have to continue to support this girl when she has absolutely no respect for me?”
“For the people who are like, ‘How can you say this? You have this persona, and your personal relationship is a mess, and you posed for Playboy,’” Moakler says, “I’m not a title holder. I’m not in a contract. I posed for Playboy years after I was a title holder.”
Does Moakler, who says Prejean never “respected our authority as state directors,” regret resigning?
“No, I’m proud of myself because I believe I made the right choice for me, and I stood up for what I believe in and what I think is right. I’m proud, but I’m devastated. This isn’t what pageants are about, it wasn’t how it’s supposed to go.”
“This was so consuming mentally, physically, spiritually — it was exhausting, so I’m really excited to get back to my life. I just want to enjoy it.”