Carrie Prejean’s Sex Tape Was “The Biggest Mistake Of My Life”

Carrie Prejean’s book, Still Standing: The Untold Story of My Fight Against Gossip, Hate, and Political Attacks, debuted Nov. 9 —and wouldn’t you know it, that night the former Miss California was on TV discussing her sex tape. Coincidence???

Alas, we’ll probably never see Prejean’s sex tape because, apparently, America’s most valiant crusader against vicious discrimination of gorgeous blond women was only a minor when she filmed it. Prejean told Sean Hannity last night on his talk show that she was “a teenager at the time” when she filmed a video for a boyfriend. “It was the biggest mistake of my life,” Prejean intoned, which in beauty queen-speak roughly translates to “a conveniently timed PR stunt!”

She went on to complain about losing her Miss California crown during the Miss USA pageant for answering Perez Hilton’s question by saying that she is against same-sex marriage. When, in reality, Prejean’s crown was revoked over “contract violations” with Miss California pageant officials.

What I don’t understand after watching the clip of Carrie Prejean on “Hannity” is how she keeps repeating that she was “all by myself” (repeated twice), “no one was in the room with me,” or “alone” when she filmed the video. Does that mean she was masturbating? Or do her handlers think her alleged sex tape would be more scandalous if it had a guy in it?

Honestly, I do feel bad for any woman who is slut-shamed when a private sex tape is made public. But going on “Hannity” to discuss your sex tape the same day your new book debuts? It’s the sleaziest of her sleaze moves.