• Miss Teen USA Delaware, Melissa King Resigns

    by  • 26 February, 2013 • Celeb • 4 Comments

    I ain’t mad at her…

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    (TMZ) – Miss Delaware Teen USA Melissa King has officially given up her crown today … after a porn surfaced on the Internet that allegedly features the 18-year-old beauty queen.

    A rep for the Miss Teen USA pageant just released a statement, claiming, “I would like to confirm the Miss Delaware Teen USA pageant has received a resignation letter from Miss King’s attorney.”

    King reportedly denies it’s her in the hardcore sex footage — but the girl in the video looks and sounds EXACTLY like King.

    In the vid — shot some time in June 2012 — the girl addresses the camera, claiming she turned 18 a couple months beforehand in March, which is King’s birth month. The girl also describes her favorite sex position … before the actual sex begins.

    King was crowned Miss Delaware Teen USA in November … four months after the sex footage was shot.

    Since it is my duty to investigate such matters, I found the video in question and it does indeed resemble her quite a bit.

    Oh well, she’s got her whole life ahead of her.  We wish her all the best.

    Update: Look’s like she only made $1,500 for the scene.

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    4 Responses to Miss Teen USA Delaware, Melissa King Resigns

    1. Whoopie
      27 February, 2013 at 12:07

      I think it’s sexist and unfair that gals can indulge themselves AND get paid for doing it.
      (Demand equal rights for men!)

      • Buffoon
        27 February, 2013 at 14:29

        Who do you thinks making them flicks?

    2. 27 February, 2013 at 16:06

      Remember sweetie, the internet is FOREVER!

      • Buffoon
        27 February, 2013 at 17:28

        Poor thing will never forget it now.

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