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Perhaps she's exhausted from all the interviews, but whatever the case, Carrie Prejean has had it with talking about the events (read: the release of her solo sex tape) that led to her dropping her lawsuit against Miss California USA pageant organizers.
Case in point: Prejean abruptly cut off her Larry King Live interview last night, removed her microphone and threatened to leave the CNN studio.
After King asked her why she settled the lawsuit with the Miss California pageant, her beauty queen smile faded to an irked grimace.
"Everything that was discussed in mediation is completely confidential, so I'm just letting you know that ahead of time," she told him.
When he pressed on, she grew less patient.
"You know what, Larry, you're being inappropriate. You really are," Prejean repeatedly told King, even though he never addressed the sex tape directly.
Larry King, as he went to a caller from Detroit, said: "Alright, Inappropriate King Live continues."
Things had already begun to go downhill when he asked if her heroine, Sarah Palin, should run for President. "Excuse me?" She replied, angrily.
It was a sharp contrast to her pleasant exchange with TODAY's Meredith Vieria, during which she seemed completely at ease with discussing the matter of the so-called sex tape.
King later did apologize to Prejean, after a commercial break, but the damage had clearly been done.
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