Beauty queens gone wild: Anya Ayoung-Chee’s threesome sex tape

Wyatt Gallery, who has professional experience behind the camera as a fine arts photographer, told TMZ the footage was stolen from his computer and leaked to ruin Ayoung-Chee’s career.


The Miss Universe Pageant is trying to distance itself from this latest scandal, washing its hands of the video which emerged only now that Ayoung no longer holds a title. The problem for the Pageant is that Gallery claims the video was shot in 2007, when Ayoung was part of the organization.


With each new beauty queen sex tape scandal, it becomes increasingly difficult for The Miss Universe Pageant to bill itself as a classy, formal affair. Still, I wouldn’t be surprised if, like the celebrities involved in these scandals, the Pageant benefits from this "negative" attention. More viewers will start following these pageants, placing bets on which contestant will be caught in the next nude scandal. If the sex obsessed media dig’s hard enough, they're bound to find  "risque" images of these professional models wearing less than is required for the bathing suit competition.


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Why do sex tapes of former beauty queens continue to hit the news? Do pageant winners have a fetish for being photographed and videotaped? Or, do fading celebrities make sex tapes at the same frequency as the rest of us—it's just that audiences actually want to see these professionally beautiful people performing sex acts?

It seems the Miss California 2009, Carrie Prejean, solo sex tape scandal has been trumped by a threesome sex tape involving Miss Trinidad and Tobago 2008 (Anya Ayoung-Chee), her boyfriend/videographer Wyatt Gallery, and another woman originally thought to be Miss Japan 2008 (Hiroko Mima).

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