Beauty pageant contestant disqualified after ‘topless charity selfie’

A contestant in the Miss Oxfordshire beauty pageant has been disqualified from the competition after she posted a topless selfie for charity.


by Fiona Day |
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22-year-old Georgia Eden posted a topless selfie in an attempt to raise awareness for breast cancer.

Georgia was motivated to post the snap after losing a friend to the disease last year, which she captioned with hashtags ‘#coppafeel’ and ‘#breastcancerawareness.’

The model was due to appear in the competition for Miss Oxfordshire but was told she was no longer welcome to compete when organisers discovered the photo.

Georgia has been left ‘furious’ following her disqualification and claims the organisers of the beauty pageant have left her feeling ‘cheap.’

The model posted the revealing snap on her Twitter page
The model posted the revealing snap on her Twitter page

The model told the Oxford Mail: ‘I am quite upset by this accusation against my character, I feel demeaned.’

‘This is my career, I wouldn’t have posed the photo if I thought there was anything wrong with it.’

Miss Oxfordshire event organizer Beverly O’Niell told the Oxford Mail that she believed the 22-year-old’s topless pictures made the contestant ‘unsuitable’ for the event, telling the paper that the wannabe beauty queen’s ‘boobies all over the place.’

'She is all over social media with these pictures of herself... she wants to be a glamour model she is into all that stuff, Loaded and I don’t even know what. It is worlds apart from our contest.'

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