Former Miss California USA Carrie Prejean will limit comments and public appearances, her book publisher’s publicist said this morning.
“Due to the confidentiality agreement which Carrie signed, she must decline to comment on any and all questions regarding a so-called ‘sex tape,’” Kathleen Sweetapple, publicity director for Regnery Publishing, wrote in an email.
“Her legal counsel has now advised her to severely limit all her public statements and appearances, adding that these matters need to be handled in a court of law and not the court of public opinion.”
On July 21, the publisher’s publicist had offered to set up an interview with Prejean after her book, Still Standing, was published.
We followed up on the offer on Nov. 13, making no reference to the “sex tape,” asking if is "still possible to schedule a 10-15 minute interview" with Prejean.
As of this morning, Still Standing was listed at No. 556 among books sold on Amazon.com.