Miss World Australia has been involved in a drama with three of the five finalists of the contest who withdrew from a tour abroad to celebrate the winner, Taylah Cannon.
According to Private Sydney, the finalist Lavinia White, the second runner-up La Ace de Vries and the top five finishers, Yasmin Ildes refuse to travel to the Maldives because they are not happy with the way the competition was organized.
The national director of Miss World Australia, Deborah Miller, criticized the boycott and told the publication on Saturday: "The trial is audited independently, there is no place for any type of rig … I think there are a couple of bitter girls and jealous this year. "
"There are a couple of bitter and jealous girls": the organizer of Miss World Australia, Deborah Miller, criticized the accusations that the competition was "WRONG" as the winner of the boycott winner Taylah Cannon (pictured)
Veterinary nurse Taylah, 23, of Queensland, was crowned winner on August 31 at the official Gold Coast ceremony.
However, an anonymous competitor is saying that the decision "felt really doubtful".
They told Private Sydney that everything had been tampered with … When we raised our concerns to the organizers, they told us they were "sour grapes" and that we were not being good athletes.
Boycotting beauties! Finalist Lavinia White (left) and La Ace de Vries (right), second runner-up, are dissatisfied with the way the competition was run.
Does not travel to the Maldives: Top five placed Yasmin Ildes (ABOVE) also withdrew from the Miss World Australia international tour
It was reported that several beauties were not happy that Taylah was "trained". for Miss World 2014, Courtney Thorpe, who also helped This year's competition score.
However, the former Miss World told Private Sydney on Saturday: "I have previously trained other contestants, including La Ace de Vries."
When everything exploded, I asked Deborah [Miller] to deduct my scores and verify the results … it was exactly the same: my score did not make any difference. "
Going back: Both Miss World Australia organizer Deborah Miller (left) and Miss World 2014 Courtney Thorpe (right) deny that the contest has been rigged
Miss World Australia competitors must also raise money for charities, while the second, Lavinia, brings in eight times more money than the Taylah winner.
Lavinia, based in Sydney, raised a total of $ 107,000 for the Charlie Teo Foundation.
However, Courtney Thorpe told Private Sydney that Lavinia may have been able to generate more cash than the others, as she raised funds in Sydney's posh suburb of Double Bay.
The winners are smiling: Miss World Australia Taylah Cannon will soon head to the Maldives on a victory tour
Meanwhile, other Miss World participants have filled the three vacant spaces for Lavinia, La & Ace, and Yasmin and will go on the Maldives victory tour this weekend.
Daily Mail Australia contacted the three women to comment.
Beautiful bikini: Daily Mail Australia has contacted runner-up Lavinia (left) and runner-up La & # 39; Ace (right) to comment