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Sharlene Radlein, Miss Universe Jamaica stripped of crown

Sharlene Radlein, Miss Universe Jamaica 2015

It seems dethronement is the current trend in the beauty pageant industry nowadays.

Miss Universe Puerto Rico Kristhielee Caride was dethroned due to an attitude problem, Miss World Great Britain Zara Holland was dethroned ‘coz of having sex on a reality TV show and Miss Florida USA 2017 Genesis Davila who was stripped of her crown because of cheating, are among the beauty queens who lost their crowns.

Just recently, Sharlene Radlein, Miss Universe Jamaica also lost her crown for breaching of the Miss Universe Jamaica agreement.

Sharlene Radlein


Also Read: Miss Universe Puerto Rico stripped of her crown

Miss Universe Jamaica’s principals made the announcement at a press conference at the Jamaica Pegasus on Monday.

"Since being crowned... we have painstakingly sought to guide Ms Radlein in a manner which reflects the vision and ideals of the organization. However, her actions have been wholly inconsistent with the culture of the pageant, both locally and internationally," the principals said.

The stripping of Radlein comes after she filed a lawsuit in the Supreme Court on July 20.

Miss Universe Jamaica 2015, Sharlene Radlein


Read Here: Miss World Great Britain lost her cown

Karl Williams, fellow Miss Universe Jamaica manager Mark McDermoth, and Uzuri International Designs are the registered holder of the Miss Universe franchise, and are being sued by Radlein.

In the lawsuit, which was filed in the Supreme Court on July 20, Radlein alleges that the defendants are in breach of an agreement to award her a prize package valued at more than $2 million, and in further breach by not paying over the cash prize portion of the prize due since January.

Read Here: Miss Florida USA, Genesis Davila fights back

The defendants have 14 days to acknowledge the claims that have been served on them, and 42 days to file a counter-claim outlining the facts on which they will be relying.

Source: JAMAICA STAR

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