Just one day after a settlement was reached in the lawsuit between the dethroned Miss California Carrie Prejean and the Miss California Pageant, it appears that there might have been a breach in the contract.
"In my 26 years of practice I have never dealt with a situation like this," her attorney Charles Limandri told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview. RadarOnline.com is aware of the existence of a raunchy sex tape of Prejean that is being reported as the reason she settled the lawsuit. "It seems as if someone has acted in an unethical and unlawful manner by even raising this issue," said Limandri. "We are weighing our options and if this is a breach of contract we are considering suing for punitive damages."
Prejean sued the pageant after she lost her crown, claiming they were discriminating against her religious beliefs. In the Miss California Pageant counter suit, they claimed that Carrie never paid the organization back for her breast augmentation surgery and tried to have the pageant director Keith Lewis fired.
The settlement was reached Tuesday and a joint statement said: "Carrie Prejean, Keith Lewis and K2 Productions have dropped their claim against each other and wish each other the best in their future endeavors."
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While he would not deny or confirm the existence of a sex tape, Limandri told RadarOnline.com: "In the agreement everyone agreed to deny previous claims and accusations."
Carrie's book Still Standing: The Untold Story Against Hate, Gossip and Political Attacks will hit bookstores on November 9.