New owner of Miss Universe, Anne Jakrajutatip accused of rigging the Miss USA pageant

The new owner of Miss Universe and chief of JKN group, Anne Jakrajutatip has been accused of rigging the Miss USA pageant.

Anne is receiving criticism from angry fans online who believe that the fact that she effectively controls both events raises some red flags, not to mention the location of the event.

Some say that the Miss Universe pageant, which was held in New Orleans and broadcast on Roku, was fixed from the start to ensure that R’Bonney Gabriel would be crowned by the show’s conclusion, which she was. Miss Venezuela Amanda Dudamel came in second.

Many are drawing attention to what appears to be a clear conflict of interest on the part of Jakrajutatip and company.

Her company acquired the rights to Miss USA, which is part of the same brand, when it purchased Miss Universe this past fall for an alleged $20 million.

Since JKN Global took over as the new shot-callers in October, there have been complaints about how Gabriel became Miss USA even before this competition.

There have even been suspensions in the top levels as a result of the investigations into claims of bias in that competition.

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