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At This Rate, She'll Never Win Miss Congeniality

by Denny More posted Aug 19 2013 6:43PM

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah beauty pageant winner charged last week with tossing homemade "bottle bombs" from a vehicle said she is relinquishing her crown.

Kendra McKenzie Gill, 18, called the Aug. 2 incident a "stupid mistake" and said she wanted to turn over her Miss Riverton title before pageant officials stripped her of it

Gill and three friends — John Patrick Reagh, Shanna Marie Smith and Bryce Christopher Stone, all 18 — were charged Friday with four felony counts of possession of an explosive device. They're accused of driving around town and throwing homemade bombs.

She's a beauty pageant babe, so I'm guessing nobody was suspicious when she was out shopping for duct tape, silcone and cotton. 


Gill topped a slate of nine beauty contestants in June in the Salt Lake City suburb, showing off years of piano training with a Scott Joplin number and taking home a $2,000 scholarship.

Contestants in the pageant — which is a preliminary of the Miss Utah and Miss America competitions — are required to sign a contract certifying they have not been convicted of a crime and don't have criminal charges pending against them. Pageant officials can revoke a title if a contestant is criminally charged during her reign.

The bad news for her:  She is no longer eligible to compete in the upcoming Miss Utah pageant.  The good news for her:  She IS now eligible to compete in the next Miss Baghdad Pageant.

Photo Courtesy:  New York Daily News






 


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08/19/2013 6:43PM
At This Rate, She'll Never Win Miss Congeniality
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