“It was an option and she wanted it. And we supported that decision,” co-executive director of the Miss California Organization, Shanna Moakler, told "Access Hollywood's" Billy Bush.
Moakler downplayed the purchase, telling Bush that breast implants are no biggie these days, especially in the pageant world — though "I don't personally have them," the 1995 Miss USA was quick to point out.
So, why is Moakler confirming this story now? Well, it seems she has been dissed by Prejean. Since the pageant, during which Prejean came out against gay marriage, Moakler says, “We’ve tried really hard [to get in contact], and she keeps referring us to her mother and her PR person…That’s also sad for me… because, you know, there’s no hate here… I supported her and I still stand behind her.”
But as much as Moakler stands behind Prejean, she's not ruling out the possibility of firing the current Miss California if Prejean doesn't get back on track.
“I guess we’re all going to have to wait and see how that plays out,” Moakler said.
Should Miss California lose her crown? At least the Miss California people can't take back her, ahem …
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— Stephanie Lysaght
Photo: Miss California USA pageant