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Carrie Prejean sued by Christian PR firm

by Brad A. Greenberg

March 29, 2010 | 5:41 pm

Carrie Prejean has been a bit litigious since she became famous—and then infamous—during the Miss USA pageant. First there was the lawsuit against Trump’s co for alleged religious discrimination; then she was ready to sue a porn distributor if they dubbed and marketed her home video.

Now, in an odd turn of events, Prejean is reportedly being sued by the ace Christian PR team she turned to for help massaging her public image:

The group—A. Larry Ross Communications—claims Prejean contacted them back in April, 2009 and logged “hundreds of hours” helping Prejean spread her “biblically correct” message.

But according to the lawsuit, filed earlier this month in Texas, Prejean’s actions were the opposite of Christian—because she never paid the $64,857 bill.

There is a lot more to read about Prejean in The God Blog archives.

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