The winner of Miss Universe Hungary, Viktória Jázmin, is still being threatened with the loss of her crown and title by the Hungarian organising team.
As we previously wrote, the girl represented Hungary in Israel, and an incident caused a big stir as the young girl had to go on stage in a HUF 10,000 (EUR 27) Zara dress. It was later revealed that her designer was unable to travel to her due to the covid situation, so she quickly ordered a dress for herself as a last resort the night before Miss Universe.
On top of that, she had no one to back her, her team only paid for her plane ticket, and she had to cover the rest out of her own pocket. Jasmine now spoke out publicly about being let down: however, this also means that she put her crown in jeopardy because she is under contract.
“They wanted to silence me, and they didn’t speak in my defence. Since then, they have been threatening me through their lawyers, trying to blame it all on me. They say it’s my fault that I embarrassed myself, but it’s not true,”
Blikk quotes her.
She received no training before the pageant, while other contestants were sponsored by world brands and backed by a professional team. Fortunately, she speaks five languages, so English was no obstacle for her, and she was able to cope.
“I asked my parents to transfer me some money because I didn’t have any clothes to go on stage in. I tried to contact the Hungarian organisers, but they left me alone, and after a while, I couldn’t reach them. I had no choice but to go into survival mode and start taking action,”
the woman continued.
“The day before the pageant, I hadn’t slept for 27 hours, I felt sick, my hormonal balance was upset, and my stomach was cramping so badly I couldn’t stand up. An ambulance had to be called for me, and they stuffed me full of medicine. I thought about backing out, but I couldn’t let them down, not myself, not the other 79 girls, and not my country.”
According to Blikk, she marched across the stage with the Hungarian flag in her hand, and when she came down, only then did she collapse. The beauty queen is not afraid to take a stand against the Hungarian organisers, there is a solid legal background to support her case.
“I don’t want other young girls to be in the same situation in the future. Although I am threatened with losing my title and crown after this, I don’t want to be a beauty queen at this price! Take my crown from the Hungarian pageant wherever you want. It was fake anyway, I didn’t even get the real one, I got something fake that fell apart the next day. It’s not a big loss if I lose because the Miss Universe title is not just a crown. They can’t take away my honour and pride anyway!”
Source: Blikk.hu, 24.hu