The feud between Carrie Prejean and the Miss California Pageant just got a lot... bouncier.
Following the lawsuit filed by Prejean against organization officials for slander, libel, religious discrimination and infliction of emotional distress (it's hard to write that with a straight face), K2 Productions is firing back.
The company in charge of the Miss California USA pageant has counter-sued the disgraced beauty queen and is requesting that she return the $5,200 it gave her for breast-augmentation surgery last year. Seriously!
"Had [Prejean] heeded the guidance of the Gospel of John, who admonished only those who are without sin to cast stones in judgment, she might have avoided this legal battle," the suit actually reads.
As part of her original lawsuit, Prejean takes issue with the pageant's "public disclosure of private facts," but this counter-suit says the only private facts in question were bouncing around on stage during the competition.
"The alleged 'private facts' consist of her breast augmentation (which ceased being private during the swimsuit competition of the nationally-televised Miss USA pageant, in which Ms. Prejean walked the stage in a bikini)," the K2 suit states.
If Prejean is forced to return money for her fake boobs, can she also pay a fine for her phony, self-serving use of religion?