- Report: #1134550
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Complaint Review: Miss Nevada pageant
Miss Nevada pageantInternet USA
Miss Nevada pageant fix pageant las vegas Internet
*Author of original report: Naked picture not allow for upload
*Consumer Comment: But that isn't a naked picture?
*Author of original report: Proof
*Author of original report: not true
*Author of original report: Lisa picture
*Author of original report: Lisa Song
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Sour Grapes
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The Miss United States pageant will be hosted in May 4, 2014. Beware of this organization because it’s a fixed pageant. I competed in this pageant before and I do not recommend anyone to compete in this pageant. Per the guideline, the contestant cannot take any nude picture before entering into the pageant; however they’re letting Miss Lisa Song entered into this pageant. You can find her nude picture online. This pageant is nothing related to Miss Nevada USA (owned by Trump). One of their sponsors is the Endeavor Media Group and they already promoting Lisa Song; therefore my guess is that Lisa Song will be the next Miss Nevada United States. If you’re thinking about entering in this pageant, I recommend not.
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