Jul 27, 2017 @ 12:35 AM By Nidhi Sharma
On July 16, 2016, she was conferred with the crown and title only to have them taken away six days later for contravening the rules. Together with her crown, title, and banner, she even lost a three-week tour to Miss USA 2017, and an endorsement and appearances money worth about $100,000.
“We have a zero-forbearance policy on rules,” Gravitt expressed ABC Local 10. “Whether it’s something major or minor, it’s all about keeping an equality and level field. Regrettably, our title holder pursued a biased competitive advantage and that’s just not acceptable in our system.” (sic)
He further added there were two Instagram photos on Davila’s account that designated that she had assisted with her makeup. Davila’s lawyers, nevertheless, said the photos were from a week before the competition.
Linette De Los Santos, Miss Sunny Isles Beach USA, would believe that the crown by default. Davila said she got well aware that her crown had been taken away from her when she saw a Facebook post of the runner-up given her title.
“I am above suspicion,” Davila said disconsolately. “All these fabricated accusations have taken me utterly by surprise. I am truthful and hardworking.” (sic)
In response, Gravitt fired back saying that Davila was also seen in the hotel lobby the night before the show which is also a guideline desecration and that she also got her nails done skillfully.
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