Sheena Monnin, Miss Pennsylvania, announced on her Facebook page Tuesday that she was turning in her tiara because the believes that Sunday's Miss USA pageant was rigged.
Donald Trump took to the airwaves on Wednesday and showed his characteristic tact in refuting the allegations raised by Monnin. After a slew of insults, Trump says the Miss Universe Organization will be suing Monnin for her slander.
Good Morning America aired the story that Monnin made claims that she had heard from a fellow contestant (who denies everything) that she already knew the choices for the top five girls long before the conclusion of the contest. The girls she named were indeed those that earned spots on in top five.
Airing her grievances social media style, Monnin posted (then quickly removed) the following comments of her Facebook page, "Effective immediately I have voluntarily, completely, and utterly removed myself from the Miss Universe Organization… In good conscience I can no longer be affiliated in any way with an organization I consider to be fraudulent, lacking in morals, inconsistent, and in many ways trashy."
Speaking of trashy, Trump has hot-headedly called the charges nothing short of ridiculous. Obviously he takes offense to claims against the legitimacy of his organization, but he seems to get a bit catty about the whole thing saying that Monnin is simply acting up out of “loser’s remorse.”
"She lost and if you look at her compared to the people who were in the top 15, you would understand why she's not in the top 15. It's a very, very sad situation."
"I think her primary issue was that she lost and she's angry about losing and, frankly, in my opinion, I saw her for barely a second, she didn't deserve to be in the top 15."
Then he comments on who the ultimate winner is as being completely inconsequential to the judges, “We couldn’t care less who it is, whoever it is. What difference does it make?”
Pretty girls, dime a dozen. And he’s got a lot of dimes.