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Williams originally made history on September 17, , when she became the first Black woman to win the Miss America crown. She attended Syracuse University and studied musical theater. In , while working a summer job as a receptionist at a modeling agency in Mt. After Williams became Miss America, the photographer sold the pictures to Penthouse without her knowledge. Williams later dropped lawsuits against the magazine and photographer after it was learned that she had signed a model release form at the time the photos were taken. The Miss America pageant, which prides itself on projecting a wholesome, positive image of women, began in in Atlantic City, New Jersey, as a stunt developed by local businessmen to extend the summer tourist season.

Former Miss America Contestant Sent Nude Photos to Student

Pageant releases topless Miss Universe photos

The typical story involving beauty queens and nude photos goes something like this:. Caught on the defensive, pageant officials react to the scandal at press conferences and in written statements, announcing their plans to stand by their woman or strip her of her crown. Now hold on to your hats, because here is a story that deviates from the usual script. In a first for any U. Technically, the photos will be available to be devoured by the public before Mendoza, 23, relinquishes her crown at the next Miss Universe pageant in the Bahamas on Aug.

8 Beauty Queen Scandals, From Nude Photos to Racial Slurs (Photos)

Officials of the Miss America Pageant voted unanimously today to ask the reigning queen, Vanessa Williams, to resign, after they learned that she had posed for nude pictures before her selection for the title. The pictures will be published in the September issue of Penthouse magazine. Albert A.
Vanessa Williams became the first African-American Miss America in , but was forced to resign the title when nude photos from her past appeared in Penthouse magazine. In , she received a formal apology for her treatment from the Miss America organization and made her triumphant return to the pageant after 32 years. Miss Teen USA , Karlie Hay, came under fire when social media users uncovered old tweets repeatedly using "the N-word" from what appeared to be her personal Twitter account. Shortly thereafter, the account went private and she apologized, blaming her past use of the slurs on "many personal struggles.