Carrie Prejean made headlines earlier this when, competing as Miss California in the Miss USA pageant, she answered Perez Hilton’s question on same-sex marriage by saying, basically, she was against because God was against it.
She lost the pageant and eventually lost the Miss California crown. But she did gain a role as a spokeswoman for the National Organization for Marriage, a group that has been working to defeat efforts to extend equal marriage rights to same-sex couples around the country.
But now, in the wake first of topless photos of Prejean that were made public and then a video of her “performing solo” she made for a boyfriend, NOM has reportedly “fired” Prejean, too. NOM has said Prejean was never an official spokesperson for the group, but the organization certainly used her “girl-next-door” visage as much as they could to promote their cause (before the latest scandal, of course).
Prejean had owned up to having made the tape, calling it “the biggest mistake” of her life (although during a recent interview on “Larry King Live” she apparently didn’t want to talk about it anymore, telling Larry that he was being “inappropriate” when he asked her why she had settled her lawsuit against the Miss USA Pageant. Rumor has it that she settled because news of the video leaked. Larry was asking why she settled.)
But now RadarOnline.com is reporting that Prejean’s “biggest mistake” was one of many big mistakes. The site says Prejean has made at least eight sex tapes (all solo performances) and that there are at least 30 naked photos of her out there, some of which she took herself, in the mirror with a cell phone.