Tarnished Tiaras: Beauty Queens Gone Bad

July 5, 2012
It’s the ugly side of beauty: two pageant queens have their titles blackened amid scandal. Now struggling to repair their damaged reputations, they reach out to Dr. Phil for help. Is there hope for a picture-perfect future, or are their tiaras tarnished for good?






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A Dream Shattered
Fallen Ms. Planet Beach 2010 Liz says she has been struggling to revive her career and repair her reputation after risqué modeling photos, taken years ago, surfaced on the popular gossip website, TheDirty.com. Liz confronts the website's founder, Nik Richie, about the scandal. Can Liz's online image be cleaned up, or has the damage already been done?


“I was devastated after I lost everything. I worked so hard to get to where I was.”



From Crown to Criminal?
Former Mrs. Nevada 2006 Juliette Kimoto is speaking out after years of legal woes that landed her in the news. The now-single mother of six recently settled with the Federal Trade Commission for $90,000 after being accused of fraud, and her ex-husband, Kyle, is locked away for 29 years on a fraud conviction. Hear how the beauty queen says she got tangled up in Kyle's dirty dealings. Plus, find out if she can clear her name in the court of public opinion.

“Had I not been Mrs. Nevada, the media would not be interested in this story.”