More bombshells are dropping about Miss California Carrie Prejean, who recently embraced the new title of protector of "traditional marriages."
A racy photo of Prejean wearing only pink panties was posted on a gossip blog on Monday.
Prejean said in a statement obtained by The Associated Press that TheDirty.com, which posted the photo and claims to have others, is trying to belittle her religion.
She says the photos, which were taken of her as a teenager, had been released "surreptitiously to a tabloid Web site that openly mocks me for my Christian faith."
In the statement, Prejean also says the attacks on her and others who "speak in defense of traditional marriage" are intolerant and offensive.
This morning, Donald Trump, who owns the Miss USA pageant, defended Prejean, though not about the racy photos, when he appeared on ABC's "The View." He said her answer to the question of gay marriage posed during the televised pageant was not so far off base.
"That's the belief of 70 percent of the people, so it wasn't a horrible answer," he told the women on "The View." "That was her belief and she's taken hard hits. She's more famous because of it. No one is talking about the young woman who won. Nobody knows who she is."
Trump also said, contrary to popular belief, Prejean's answer did not cost her the title. "We went back and added up the scores," he said, "and she would not have won anyway. So that make me feel better because it was a tough question."
Last week, Prejean told NBC's "Today" show that she was going to Washington to work with the National Organization for Marriage, saying the union between a man and a woman is "something that is very dear to my heart."
While Prejean's was preaching her values, others were dropping bombshells about her body.
Shanna Moakler, co-executive director of the Miss California Organization, confirmed to "Access Hollywood" Wednesday that the group paid for Prejean's breast implants weeks before she competed in the 2009 Miss USA pageant.
"It was something that we all spoke about together," Moakler said referring to herself, Carrie Prejean and Keith Lewis, who also serves as co-executive director for the organization. "It was an option and she wanted it. And we supported that decision."
The beauty queen's family is also voicing their support for her. More than a week after Carrie Prejean spoke out against "opposite marriage" at the Miss USA pageant, her "gay activist" sister came to her defense and lashed out at Perez Hilton, judge who questioned Prejean about gay marriage during the competition and subsequently bashed her on his blog.
"Considering what she was going through, the circumstances of being put on the spot, given such a short amount of time to think and respond … she said what she felt in her heart would be the best answer," Christina Prejean told ABCNews.com. "She and I have talked about this subject; we both respect each other's views. I support civil unions that would give same sex couples equal, legal rights and privileges."
At the pageant, Prejean seemed initially tongue-tied answering to Hilton's question before saying that marriage should be between a man and a woman, drawing a mixed reaction from the audience and a look of thinly veiled disgust from Hilton.
In the days afterward, Prejean attempted to quell criticism of her conservative marriage views by saying that her sister is a gay activist.