Carrie Prejean's reign as Miss California could end Thursday, a result of the fallout after a batch of revealing -- and some, even allegedly graphic -- pictures from her early modeling days surfaced this week.
A news conference to announce the decision was expected Thursday from the pageant's owner, Donald Trump. Closed door meetings were held Wednesday between pageant organizers and Prejean's representatives, RadarOnline.com has learned.
"I'm absolutely stunned," Miss California co-chair Keith Lewis said in a statement Wednesday, according to Fox. "This completely changes things for us. Yesterday, we thought she had explained things accurately. We need to revisit this issue with her."
Trump discussed the latest developments in the Prejean scandal on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM radio show Wednesday.
Trump said the racy shots of Prejean were heading his way so that he can review them and determine if they are grounds for her to lose her crown.
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"They're sending me the photos now and we have to make a decision, but from what I'm hearing, they're not so bad," he said. "And her body does look good... she's a beautiful girl... and I'm not sure if, in the end, is this going to help her or hurt her? I think maybe it helps her."