Former Miss Universe Shanna Moakler is lashing out at the California Supreme Court’s decision to uphold “Prop 8,” the state’s ban against gay marriage which was voted into law last November.
“As our youth grows and gets the power to vote, hate Props like these will be a thing of the past,” Shanna told RadarOnline.com.
“I know I am on the right side of history and it is only a matter of time when our great country starts doing the right thing."
“Years ago women couldn’t vote, blacks and whites weren’t free to marry peacefully, and like those prejudices, this will one day change."
“Equality will ring true for all."
“It’s what America is based on, freedom.”
Shanna is no stranger to controversy these days. Earlier this month she quit as the co-director of the Miss California USA pageant following the anti-gay statements made by titleholder Carrie Prejean.
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