Transgender beauty queen Jenna Talackova, who made headlines for being ousted from the 2012 Miss Universe Canada competition, infuriated guests at a hotel in Los Angeles during a bikini photo shoot at the rooftop pool Monday.
According to a report from TMZ, Talackova was taking photos at the pool Hotel Wilshire and angered guests dining in the restaurant beside the pool, the Roof on Wilshire restaurant. Talackova originally planned to do the bikini photo shoot in her room at Hotel Wilshire, but was forced to move it to the pool when her room was not prepared.
Guests reported that Talackova stripped down to her bikini right in front of the restaurant, prompting hotel management to ask her to leave. TMZ reported that Hotel Wilshire management said Talackova was interfering with business and never asked for permission to shoot in the public area.
Hotel Wilshire prepped the room for Talackova so she can finish her photo shoot when she and her crew refused to leave the pool area.
Gloria Allred, Talackova's lawyer, said the beauty contestant was filming a Canadian documentary at the hotel.
On March 23, Miss Universe Canada funded by Donald Trump disqualified Talackova as one of the 65 finalists on Friday for not meeting requirements for entry since she was born a male.
She did not meet the requirements to compete despite having stated otherwise on her entry form, Miss Universe Canada said in a press release. We do, however, respect her goals, determination and wish her the best.
Talackova, a six-foot-one blonde, underwent a sex change surgery in 2010. In a video for the 2010 Miss International Queen transgender and transsexual competition in Thailand, Talackova said she realized her identity was a woman at four-years-old and started taking hormones at age 14.
I regard myself as a woman with history, Talackova said in the video.
However, on Tuesday, the organization decided to override their decision and allow Talackova to compete after Talackova and Allred scheduled a press conference to speak out about the disqualification while rumors swirled about a lawsuit.
The Miss Universe Organization will allow Jenna Talackova to compete in the 2012 Miss Universe Canada pageant provided she meets the legal gender recognition requirements of Canada, and the standards established by other international competitions, wrote Michael D. Cohen, executive vice president and special counsel to Donald Trump, in an email.
Now, Donald Trump is the center of the scandal after her made a crude comment to TMZ about his own genitals in addition to refusing to apologize, according to TMZ.
Based on the law, she can compete if she wants to, Trump told TMZ, noting he couldn't care less if she competes.
Instead, Trump told Allred that he will show her a picture of himself naked as a baby.
I think Gloria would be very, very impressed, Trump said to TMZ in a phone interview.
TMZ said Trump was referring to his penis regarding the baby picture unveiling.
I may do that, Trump said. I just want to know how much Gloria will pay me because if the payment is enough I might just do it.