Miss Universe 2016 Scandal: Miss Honduras Is Not Sirey Moran
MISS UNIVERSE 2016 SCANDAL: MISS HONDURAS IS NOT SIREY MORAN
Sirey Moran, the stunning lady who won the Miss Honduras 2016 title will no longer have the opportunity to represent her country in the Miss Universe 2016 pageant. Carlos Rivera – Carimaxx director and MU-Honduras franchisee stripped Sirey off her title over breach of contract concerns. Now what exactly did Moran fail to comply?
The Carimaxx director (Rivera) said that Ms. Moran went off to numerous events without any consultations as well as magazine photo shoots he didn’t know existed. “She did whatever she felt like doing,” Rivera complained. “Sirey thinks she’s the boss, when she’s not”, he added.
Rivera further stressed that he has lots of girls to replace Ms. Moran and once he has a name, he would (along with the whole Carimaxx team) will have her introduced to the press.
But that’s just petty, right? It’s just a strip-off! What makes it crazier is when we got a statement from Ms. Moran.
Ms. Moran immediately exposed the director over allegations of physical abuse, posted an audio recording and said “this man hit me”.
O to the M to the G! Now let’s go further!
As reported, the bickering of both parties had started on June 30 and had been in the ghetto up until now that things are blown up. Ms. Rivera said that she flew from Honduras to New York as soon as she received an invitation from Mr. Rivera to meet Mr. Rivera in his NYC apartment for an event she needs to be into, which, in her understanding, would help her local community. So when she finally showed up, the conversation started to heat up, escalated into a discussion, and later on to worst as verbal and physical aggression. Then she ran out and filed a report to the police. But as we heard, she didn’t look beaten or bruised at all.
So, who’s saying which? Is this gonna be another Venus Raj-gaffe kinda thing and eventually make a big scene to snatch a place? Not that we’re playing the devil’s advocate role or whatnot, but it can be a possibility. However, looking at it, if it is indeed true that Ms. Moran was verbally and physically abused, then Mr. Rivera has to learn his lessons.