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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Scott Balber
The Miss Universe Organization said a former contestant should be made to pay for her "defamatory" claims that this year's Miss USA pageant was a sham.
The Miss Universe Organization says a former contestant should be made to pay for her "defamatory" claims that this year's Miss USA pageant was a sham.
Mr. Balber said the action filed with the private arbitration company is confidential under the terms of the contestant contract, but that Miss Monnin could release it if she wished.
The New York-based organization made a filing with a dispute resolution company over the former Miss Pennsylvania USA's assertion that another contestant spotted the list of finalists on a planning sheet hours before the event was even held June 3, its lawyer Scott Balber said Friday.