The drama over Miss California has taken a new turn. Carrie Prejean has been fired.
Donald Trump, the pageant's owner, made the decision and said Prejean was not fulfilling her contractual duties.
He earlier stood with her over her answer to a question from a judge about gay marriage at the Miss U.S.A. pageant.
She came under fire for defending traditional marriage during and after the pageant.
Prejean now says didn't do anything to deserve being let go.
"It came as a shock to us that they would do that," said Charles Limandri, Prejean's attorney. "Their alleged basis for doing it is totally groundless. They are saying that she violated her contractual obligations by not performing, speaking engagements, public appearances; absolutely not true. I've got the emails. Everything she's been asked to do she's done."
Prejean's attorney also says the Miss U.S.A. runner up is also very disappointed with the way she's been treated.