Carrie Prejean's father, Will, hints in an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com that his daughter will not be stripped of her title as Miss California, in wake of a growing scandal that she posed semi-nude during her teens.
Speaking only to RadarOnline, Will Prejean said that he was "extremely excited" about a news conference being held Tuesday by Donald Trump, the owner of the Miss USA pageant. Mr. Prejean, however, would not say what would be announced at that time, saying it was "confidential".
Mr. Prejean also said he has not seen the topless photos of his daughters, and that he does not even care that they exist.
Regarding criticism directed at Carrie for her stance against same-sex marriage, Mr. Prejean said his children were brought up to believe that marriage is between a man and a woman, and he accused the other side of not being tolerant nor accepting of Carrie's right to voice her own opinions.
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Will Prejean is also speaking out about explosive reports involving his nasty divorce with Carrie's mother.
Prejean told RadarOnline.com that he "absolutely did not" say that Carrie's stepdad was gay because he had a mustache. Although the pageant dad admitted that the divorce was tough, he said the family is very close now.
He also addressed rumors that his ex-wife is now seeing a woman. When asked about this, Will, in a strange response said: "No.. but she loves to play bingo."
Watch RadarOnline.com's exclusive interview with Will Prejean.