Carrie Prejean sued by Miss California pageant over boob job | New Jersey Entertainment - Celebrities - - The Miss California pageant has a big gripe against ousted winner Carrie Prejean. How big? About 34C, were guessing. ERIC JAMISON/AP PHOTO Pageant organizers paid for Prejean to get her breasts augmented before the Miss USA pageant, and in light of Prejeans lawsuit against the organizers over, among other things, revealing that not-so-little tidbit of information, they want their money back $5,200, according to the suit, E! News reports. Earlier this year, Prejean raised a ruckus when she came out against gay marriage during the question-and-answer portion of the Miss USA pageant. Afterward, she had a falling-out with pageant organizers, which she blamed on her answer and claimed religious persecution. The organizers said that Prejean refused to cooperate with them. Miss USA owner Donald Trump stepped in and worked out a compromise, but he later backed the pageants decision to fire her when she continued to make appearances not approved by the organizers. Prejean sued K2 Productions, which runs the pageant, and its honchos for slander, libel, religious discrimination, public disclosure of private facts and infliction of emotional distress. K2 Productions filed the counterclaim Monday, saying the public disclosure of private facts amounted to the revelations about the boob job, which ceased being private during the swimsuit competition of the nationally-televised Miss USA pageant, in which Ms. Prejean walked the stage in a bikini, the suit states. K2 says it will donate the $5,200 to charity. The integrity of the Miss California USA organization and the values it represents requires us to respond and present the truth, the suit claims.