Pageant President says Prejean needs psychological help

Thu. November 12, 2009 12:00 AM by News Staff

Sex tape doesn't stop war of words in Prejean vs. Pageant

Keith Lewis, the executive director of the Miss California organization, issued a statement concerning Carrie Prejean's bizarre appearance on Larry King Live Wednesday night.

"The public is finally getting a glimpse of the real Carrie Prejean who lives in her own delusional world. The childish behavior, her negative attitude, the sarcasm and condescending tone, the disrespect and continual lying she is demonstrating now is only a fraction of what we endured during her reign and after. Anyone who buys her book is supporting a woman who is actually the opposite of everything she claims to be. I sincerely hope she is able to get the psychological help I believe she has shown to clearly need."

The statement follows Prejean's appearance on Larry King Live where the former Miss California refused to discuss her secret sex tape and then refused to take a gay caller's question. She removed her mic and threatened to walk out on the show. (Full Story)

Prejean was on the show to pitch her book Still Standing.

TMZ reports that Prejean has pulled out of an appearance today at the Capitol Hill Club, an exclusive club for Republicans only, in Washington D.C.