DM – It’s a story as old as Hollywood itself, but in this instance the victim is a failed contestant in the 2012 Miss California USA beauty pageant who claims that behind the glitz and glamor is a shady organization exploiting young contestants. Miranda Bryant, now 24, moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2010 after breaking up with an abusive boyfriend in her native Tennessee. Not long after arriving in the Golden State, she met Erik DeSando, co-founder of the Miss California USA recruitment company Chase the Crown. DeSando, who has worked in Hollywood for more than 20 years, regularly refers to himself as ‘the top pageant recruiter in the country’ and told Bryant he could change her life forever. He showered her with compliments and promised that she heading for fame and fortune and he could help her – provided she alleges that she slept with him. ‘He said he knew I was special and that I was going to be famous. He said he had all these plans for me that he would disclose in the future.’  Seduced by his patter, Bryant paid his company a non-refundable registration fee of $845. She also opened up to DeSando about her past and her reasons for leaving Tennessee.

In retrospect she believes that was a bad move, but admits she must take full responsibility for allowing him to get so close to her. DeSando promised to mentor her career and hook her up with his friends in the movie and music businesses. Then came the bombshell. ‘He said if you help me out, I’ll help you out,’ said Bryant. Over the next eight months, she alleges that says she slept with him at least once a month and in return he took her to restaurants and helped pay for her groceries. Bryant also alleges that DeSando gave her several special gifts – a pair of shorts and a t-shirt featuring the official Miss California USA logo – that he claimed Donald Trump had sent him to personally give to the ‘most special’ girls. But their ‘special arrangement’ ended abruptly after the Miss California USA pageant in January 2012, which Bryant didn’t win. Their relationship was suddenly over and DeSando never followed through on all the promises he had made over the previous eight months. After her Hollywood experience, Bryant moved back to Tennessee, where she is taking college classes in criminal justice and hopes to become a FBI agent. She is also debating trying out for Miss Tennessee USA. DeSando, who remains in Hollywood, denies having a sexual relationship with Bryant.

 

So this story just came out. Some chick wanted to be Miss California, a pageant recruiter said he could make it happen and banged her a bunch of times, he was obviously lying and she didn’t win and he never talked to her again. Here’s my question: do girls understand life? With evidence like this it’s impossible to think they do. Oh a guy in Hollywood said he’d help you reach your career goals if you sucked his dick? But he didn’t follow through on his promises!?!? GASP! Seriously women, stop doing this. Stop being dumb and letting yourself get taken advantage of and then acting like the victim. I mean some of you keep doing it because it’s great material, but in general stop doing it. Pretty simple. Don’t believe guys who say they’ll help you in exchange for sex. They’re always lying. Always. Well except me. I can actually hook you up with some great opportunities in the internet modeling world.

Bottom line is if you keep falling for it, we’ll keep doing it. Dicks don’t suck themselves. Also the whole selfies at the gym thing should have tipped this girl off. Never trust a guy who takes selfies at the gym. Guaranteed sociopath.