A day after Donald Trump announced his decision to let Carrie Prejean keep her title of Miss California USA, Shanna Moakler, co-executive director of the Miss California USA Pageant -- and a former Miss USA herself -- resigned, saying that she no longer believed in Trump's Miss Universe Organization. She insisted that Prejean had violated her contracts with the organization by appearing before groups that oppose gay marriage and her failure to disclose that she had posed nearly nude in commercial photos while still a teenager. Moakler said that she had hoped "to be a role model for young women with high hopes of pageantry, but now feel it more important to be a role model for my children."