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It certainly is a small world, isn't it?
On Thursday, Bethenny Frankel took to Instagram to share a particularly nostalgic throwback from her teen pageant days. However, the Real Housewives of New York vet wasn't the only celeb in the pic as a young Halle Berry was also featured in the photo. LOVES it!
The RHONY alum posted:
Former Miss Utah Temple Taggart McDowell already revealed her disturbing past with Trump earlier this year, but on Wednesday night she decided to sit down with NBC to dish all the deets.
In a segment shot for NBC News, the former pageant contestant retold the story of how Donald forcibly kissed her on the lips during the Miss USA pageant, admitting:
According to BuzzFeed News, four women who competed in the 1997 teen beauty pageant said Trump walked into the dressing room as the contestants were changing.
Former Miss Vermont Teen USA Mariah Billado said:
"I remember putting on my dress really quick because I was like, ‘Oh my god, there's a man in here.'"
After he allegedly entered the area where contestants — some as young as 15 years old — were changing, Billado recalled Trump said something like:
When the only way you get bailed out of an even worse story is a confidentiality agreement, that's a bad sign…
And yet Donald Trump may survive — at least until he loses the election in November — only because "iron-clad" confidentiality agreements will likely prevent producers from releasing some of the "far worse" things he allegedly said on The Apprentice when compared to his ongoing 2005 lewd comments controversy.
Mark Burnett, the creator of The Apprentice, is feeling mounting pressure to release unaired video and audio of Trump on the reality TV show, and yet confidentiality agreements are in place that would make the release virtually impossible — and Burnett doesn't even own the videos in question.
The clips are owned by MGM, and explicit legal agreements make it so that