Beauty queens caught in ugly legal battle over Mrs. World pageant cash

Beauty queens caught in ugly legal battle over Mrs. World pageant cash


A former Mrs. New York and a one-time Mrs. Montana are locked in an ugly battle of beauty queens.

Alice Lee Giannetta, 37, a stunning Manhattan attorney with multiple titles under her satin sash, claims Mrs. World pageant official Tana Johnson, 44, wrongly accused her of being a “liar and a thief” and misappropriating pageant cash.

Giannetta was named Mrs. New York in 2016, became Mrs. Hong Kong in 2017, and was crowned Mrs. World in 2018. The Chinese immigrant to the US was the first Asian woman to win Mrs. New York and the first Chinese woman to win the Mrs. World title.

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Johnson, a gorgeous pharmacist mother of four, won her Montana tiara in 2017 and is now vice president of the Mrs. World organization.

Calling Giannetta a “disgraced ex Mrs. World” who’d been “sacked,” Johnson claimed in a May press release and Facebook post that Giannetta refused to return an unspecified amount of cash she took

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