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Accusations of lewd behavior surrounding Donald Trump and the Miss USA pageant have been circulating the news for days since release of the “P***y Tape” that had Donald Trump bragging about sexual assault.

The former Miss Arizona, Tasha Dixon, has revealed that during her appearance in the pageant, Donald Trump would walk into the preparation area at any time, including during states of undress, and people would tell the contestants to fawn over the then-owner while they were undressed.

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“I’m telling you Donald Trump owned the pageant for the reason to utilize his power to get around beautiful women,” she said. “Who do you complain to? He owns the pageant.”

This information seems to be corroborated by an interview with Howard Stern in 2005, where Donald Trump bragged about being able to see the women, nude, whenever he wanted.

However, a former Miss California, Carrie Prejean Boller, had a very different view of Donald Trump’s behavior.

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“To paint Mr. Trump as someone who would purposely walk into a women’s dressing room and ask women to come impress him is the most disgusting accusation so far,” Boller, former Miss California 2009, said in a statement. “Mr. Trump has empowered me as a woman, has given me career opportunities and defended me during my reign as Miss California USA.”

It seems that Donald Trump is as divisive among former beauty queens as he is among voters.

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