Despite a looming lawsuit from Donald Trump, the former Miss Pennsylvania USA is remaining steadfast in her quest for "the truth to be made known" about the possibly predetermined top five contestants.
However, it doesn't sound like Sheena Monnin has much evidence to support her allegations. She claims Miss Florida told her about the supposed list with the finalists, but that contestant has released a statement saying she was merely joking.
Since Monnin admits on The Today Show (above) that she "didn't see the list" and the person who did isn't stepping up in support, we don't really know what she's got.
Regardless of what evidence she has or doesn't have, at least she's being pretty calm and collected about the whole thing. Even after Trump labeled her an angry loser who "didn't deserve to be in the top 15," she directed this message toward the real estate mogul:
"My message is very simple. I would like the truth to be made known. I am not here to destroy anyone. I am not here to bad talk about anybody. My heart and my attitude is that I want the truth to be made known and in my opinion, what Miss Florida said is true and there is really no doubt in my mind. There's just too much evidence pointing to this being fraudulent."
We aren't a fan of her views toward transgender equality, BUT at least she's not making a public stink about the Miss Universe Organization's decision to allow transgendered contestants to compete.
She's allowed her views and we're allowed ours. As far as she is concerned, the big issue is the pageant being rigged and it sounds like she's not backing down anytime soon.
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