Another day, another beauty queen dethroned

Recently dethroned Miss Honduras Sirey Moran joined several other beauty queens that have exited the pageant for one reason or another.  



    Sirey Morán, Miss Honduras’ crown may have gotten too heavy for her head, with claims of  "diva-like behavior" and breaks in "contractual obligations" the Miss Universe organization has stripped Sirey Morán of her crown.


    Caitlin Cifuentes, a Corpus Christi Latina pageant winner is being forced to defend her title because her rivals say she has a police record that disqualifies her.
    Facebook/Catalina Cifuentes


    Jakiyah McCoy, beaming in a golden dress, sparkling crown and ear-to-ear smile, was crowned last month as Little Miss Hispanic Delaware. The 7-year-old, however, was only able to enjoy her title until last week, when pageant officials stripped the young beauty queen of her crown for not being able to prove her Latina heritage.


    Kristhielee Caride, a Puerto Rican beauty, was stripped of her title after pageant officials discovered she used professional stylists to help her with hair and makeup in her private room the night of the pageant – a breach of the rules.
    Genesis Davila. (Photo: Via Instagram)


    Kristhielee Caride, a beauty queen, was dethroned as Puerto Rico's representative at this year's Miss Universe contest after organizers accused her of having an attitude problem is taking her fight to court.
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