Amy Polumbo did not follow Bonnie Zybergold's warning on the dangers of google and its all-seeing eye (Look Who Is Googling).
Miss New Jersey, 22, is now paying dearly for posting private pictures on a website (Facebook?). Apparently these "scandalous" pictures were found and used by a skillful googler. The blackmailer demands that Amy relinquish her crown and not go to the Miss America competition.
Is it just me - or should we look into who will benefit from the scam. Maybe a certain individual who finished second in the 2007 Garden State beauty pageant (Ronica Licciardello)? Meanwhile Amy is standing strong and refuses to give in.
And one piece of advice - do check what kind of pictures you might have posted on your MySpace, Facebook, or Flickr pages. I found two on mine that probably should not have been uploaded there.