WATCH: Did This Pageant Queen Get Her Crown Stripped for Supporting Trump?

Earlier this week, Ms. America Pageant contestant Katie Williams, a combat veteran and member of the Army National Guard, claimed that her Ms. Nevada State title was stripped from her because of her conservative views, which included public support for President Donald Trump.

Williams posted an eight-minute video to Facebook on Monday, which quickly went viral, claiming she separated her personal and pageant-related social media content as directed, and said other contestants posted about left-leaning activism without repercussion.

However, pageant CEO Susan Jeske, who is apparently a supporter of the president, too, said Williams was stripped of her title for not following the “no politics” rule, to which she agreed. . .

In a facebook post addressing the apparent misinformation, Jeske bluntly claimed, “Katie Williams is distorting the facts.”

“ALL the pageant asked of Ms. Williams, in writing, is to keep separate social media accounts. (ie: Facebook) One is for politics where she can voice her own opinion as Katie Williams and the other is a new Facebook page for the pageant representing Ms. Nevada State 2019. None of this had to do with her personal political views,” she wrote.

“The Ms. America Pageant is a No Politics pageant. It is in our Rules & Regulations as posted on the pageant website and therefore available to read before applying to the pageant,” she continued, noting, “It is also included in our contracts and requires handwritten initials and signatures acknowledging that you have read and understood the pageants rules.”

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