The reigning Miss USA checked out of a Pennsylvania rehab facility Sunday and is back at her Trump Place apartment, a rep for the Miss Universe Organization confirmed.
Spokeswoman Lark-Marie Anton, however, denied a report that Conner was planning on attending a welcome back party at NYC nightspot Stereo, a locale where the 21-year-old was once spotted consuming alcohol and engaging in other behavior unbecoming of a pageant winner.
"Right now she's just going to get used to being out," a source close to the situation told the New York Daily News. "She needs some time to breathe."
After almost losing her crown last month in the wake of reports that chronicled her underage hard-partying ways, Conner, who has denied being an alcoholic, spent the past few weeks mulling over where she went wrong at the Caron Foundation in Wernersville, Pennsylvania.
Miss Universe co-owner Donald Trump, who deigned to give Conner a second chance if she promised to enter rehab to get herself straightened out, predicted that the Kentucky native would be the "great comeback kid."
"You'll never know how much I appreciate Mr. Trump for saving me on this one," Conner said after the press conference in which Trump chose not to utter his trademark phrase. "He could have said 'You're Fired'—he's a very, very compassionate person."
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