Miss California Carrie Prejean’s pictures leaked


UPDATE: The second “topless” photo of Carrie has officially hit the web. You can go here to read the article and to view the image.

Miss California and Christian college student Carrie Prejean is defending a revealing picture of her that has leaked on the internet. She became famous over her answer to a question asked by Perez Hilton about gay marriage during the pageant.

There is one photo of Miss California doing the rounds on the internet (the photo above is a cropped version), but according to rumors there are more pictures about to come out soon.

Dirty.com had the pictures posted on their site and of course Perez Hilton has got something to say about it.

According to Popcrunch:

Alicia Jacobs, Entertainment Reporter at KVBC in Las Vegas, has seen all six of the photos and says some are much more revealing. Alicia believes the flicks may have been taken after Carrie’s pageant-financed breast augmentation about six weeks ago.

Meanwhile we saw this statement by Carrie Prejean regarding the leaked photos from PRNewswire. Read below:

Statement by Carrie Prejean from PRNewswire

SAN DIEGO, May 5 /PRNewswire/ — “On April 19, I chose to answer a question during the 2009 Miss USA pageant in an honest and personal manner that expressed my views of the long-established definition of marriage as being between a man and a woman. That answer, and my commitment to stand by my beliefs, has since resulted in attacks on me and my integrity as a woman. We live in a great country; a nation that was built on freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Yet my comments defending traditional marriage have led to intimidation tactics that seek to undermine my reputation and somehow silence me and my beliefs, as if opinion is only a one-way street.
“I am a Christian, and I am a model. Models pose for pictures, including lingerie and swimwear photos. Recently, photos taken of me as a teenager have been released surreptitiously to a tabloid Web site that openly mocks me for my Christian faith. I am not perfect, and I will never claim to be. But these attacks on me and others who speak in defense of traditional marriage are intolerant and offensive. While we may not agree on every issue, we should show respect for others’ opinions and not try to silence them through vicious and mean-spirited attacks.
“With that in mind, I will continue to support and defend marriage as the honorable institution it is. I will continue to stand with the overwhelming majority of the American people and the voters of my home state of California. If this whole experience has taught me anything, it is our precious right to speak freely, and how we as Americans can never allow anyone or any group to intimidate or threaten us to keep silent.”