Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Too Perfect: Alleged Carrie Prejean Sex Tape Brings Close to Miss California Lawsuit

TMZ has two stories, "Prejean Settlement - Like Kissing Your Sister," and "Prejean Sex Tape Triggers Settlement." (Via Memeorandum.)

But, hey, wouldn't a Carrie Prejean sex vid have blown the Erin Andrews voyeur story out of the water? TMZ claims it had a copy of the video months ago, but refused to release it:
The video the lawyer showed Carrie is extremely graphic and has never been released publicly. We know that, because TMZ obtained the video months ago but decided not to post it because it was so racy. Let's just say, Carrie has a promising solo career.
Yeah. Right.

There's been too much funny stuff going on throughout this scandal; and such a resolution is just too perfect for
Ms. Prejean's enemies.

The New Jersey Star-Ledger is also skeptical, "
Report: Carrie Prejean Sex Tape Turned Up During Miss California Lawsuit Negotations."

For more, see my earlier report at Pajamas Media, "
Miss California Carrie Prejean’s Odyssey: Not Very Pretty."


Rusty Walker said...

a. I still respect Carrie Prejean's conservative views regardless of ledge sex tapes.
b. I refuse to believe that she even is a sex tape unless I see it with my own eyes. Then, I'd like to see it again, just to make sure. Then, well, Carrie, I promise, I will still respect you in the morning!

William Teach said...

In other words, the sex tape was probably gained illicitly, ie, stolen, and, being private property gained illegally, TMZ was probably threatened with legal action.

Sure, making a sex tape is idiotic, but, is there no privacy in this world anymore?

Anonymous said...

When Prejean pictured herself wearing a crown, never in her wildest dreams did she imagine it would be a crown of thorns.

Karma's a bitch, Carrie.

td said...

Oh yeah... cause there is nothing, nothing at all about Ms. Prejean's comportment that would lead you to believe she'd be inclined to do something like that.


Suspicion well founded because really, this kind of thing would be the behavior of a hypocritical media whore, not a young Christian women doing her best to retain her strict values in a world going to hell. Definitely on to something here...

Anonymous said...

Wow, the deviants and homos are so relieved by thinking that Ms. Prejean is in company with them. They are mistaken. Ms. Prejean allegedly made a sex tape. What is "un-ladylike" or unconservative with making a sex tape? If she was comfortable with having sex, where is the sin in capturing the event? The homos and deviants are so guilt ridden (or secretly envious) that they seek to impugn Ms. Prejean for a private encounter which is unrelated to character? She did not publicize the act or attempt to profit. In fact, the distributor of the tape is a disgrace and lacks character.

Rusty Walker said...

I'm with Anonymous on this one. Leave her alone. Give her a break and stop the disingenuous, Calvinistic moralizing; she’s healthy American ADULT. No harm no foul.

Daphne said...

Yes, Rusty, the fact that she is a healthy American adult who made a sex tape is fine.

Except for the fact that she is supposed to be a public role model for young Christian girls.

Had she just been a normal citizen who doesn't parade herself as a role model for those who share her faith, having her loose morals and apparent affinity for posing topless would not have been an issue. But she has been constantly exposed, not just her breasts but her lies as well. This is who we hold up as a pillar of Christian faith?

Rusty Walker said...

Thank you for the clarity, Daphne. Context is everything. I would never suggest that we would offer her now as a Christian role model for young people. As an American she has certain rights. That said, it was risky at best to make a sex tape. I don't think she meant for this to be published for all to see, and that is why I am non-judgemental about her.

James said...

The most hilarious result of the Miss USA 2009 marriage question controversy was how it caused the the two sides of an important debate to be represented by the two worst possible spokespeople imaginable. How embarrassing must it have been for same-sex marriage supporters to have the face of their movement become the smirking, insipid visage of Perez Hilton, perhaps the most irrelevant person alive on this planet right now. And simply because she expressed opposition to same-sex marriage with her inarticulate answer to Hilton's question, Carrie Prejean became a de facto spokesmodel for conservatives, especially conservative Christians, and that reveals the problem within both sub-cultures. Carrie Prejean clearly doesn't pack the intellectual or moral gear to be a spokesperson for an Indian reservation Bingo hall, let alone a political and religious movement adhered to by tens of millions of people. The problem that conservative Christians have is that they consistently support, endorse, and and entrust their public relations representation to the wrong people for the wrong reasons. A recent opinion column shows how they have allowed a cranky, narcissistic old man, Dr. James Dobson, to not only define and shape Christian conservatism, but to also serve as kingmaker, choosing other people for similar positions of influence. Over and over again, he has shown himself to be incompetent in this. The column gives shocking evidence regarding Carrie Prejean, Mel Gibson, and others.