After making controversial comments about gay marriage at the Miss USA pageant, being stripped of her Miss California crown months later and weathering the release of an embarrassing sex tape , Prejean, who is 23, is set to marry Oakland Raiders quarterback Kyle Boller on Friday. One question remains: will she wear white -- or will it be patriotic red, white and blue for the pre-Fourth of July nuptials? Whatever she does, Prejean's wedding, scheduled at the The Grand Del Mar hotel in San Diego, is a noteworthy postscript for the embattled blond beauty who first attracted national attention for her response to peagant judge Perez Hilton's question about same-sex marriage. No offense to anybody there, but that's how I was raised and that's how I think it should be, between a man and a woman," she said to boos and applause at the pageant on April 19,
Carrie Prejean Lost Her Crown, Gets the Guy
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Los Angeles, California CNN -- The sudden end to a legal battle between dethroned Miss California USA Carrie Prejean and pageant officials was prompted by the revelation of a "sex tape," according to a source familiar with the lawsuits' settlement. Prejean was fired in June after lingerie-modeling photos of her emerged that pageant officials said were a breach of her contract. Prejean sued the pageant in August, arguing her firing was religious discrimination because of her opposition to same-sex marriage. A settlement of both lawsuits was signed in New York Tuesday, but no details were made public. Lawyers and parties for each side were bound by a confidentiality pledge, according to the source.
Donald Trump poses with Carrie Prejean in May. Prejean, 22, retained her title last month despite a controversy over topless photos, missed appearances and her statements against same-sex marriage. Prejean's unwillingness to make appearances on behalf of the Miss California USA organization," he said. Lewis told King it was clear "she was not interesting in upholding the title or the responsibilities.
Earlier this week, after the beauty queen and the pageant dropped their lawsuits against each other and agreed to settle their differences, Prejean demanded more than a million dollars during settlement negotiations. She sued the organization in August for libel, slander and religious discrimination, accusing pageant organizers of telling her to stop mentioning God even before her controversial remarks against gay marriage , or as she called it during the Miss USA pageant, sparking a firestorm of criticism, "opposite marriage. But now the pageant isn't getting that money back and Prejean's not pocketing any of the millions she wanted.