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A hidden bombshell message is discovered in Miss USA’s shock resignation post


Miss USA’s shock resignation left fans worried after they saw an apparent hidden message in her departure.

This week, Noelia Voigt, 24, became the first titleholder in the 72-year history of Miss USA to relinquish her crown, saying she has struggled with her mental health since becoming champion seven months ago.

However, eagle-eyed fans noticed a code in her statement, with the first letter of each sentence spelling out: ‘I AM SILENCED’.

Her resignation was quickly followed by Miss Teen USA UmaSofia Srivastava, 17, who also stepped down on Wednesday, saying in a statement that her values ​​were «no longer fully aligned with the direction of the organization.»

Noelia Voigt, 24, has become the first titleholder in the 72-year history of Miss USA to relinquish her crown as she has struggled with her mental health since becoming champion seven months ago.

The sudden resignations of the beauty queens come amid allegations of a «toxic» environment surrounding the Miss USA organization.

This reportedly includes strict contracts that force contestants to smile all the time, along with bullying and widespread mental health issues among pageant queens.

An insider told The New York Post that Voigt’s mental health took a sharp turn for the worse while serving as Miss USA, saying she suffered «micromanagement to the 10th degree and harassment.»

‘Noelia wakes up every day on pins and needles to harassing emails (from contest organisers): ‘Don’t do this, ‘Don’t do that, ‘Delete that post,’ As opposed to that post.’

They added that she would be told to «remember your NDA» at all times, and Miss USA Organization president Laylah Rose would allegedly post on social media under Voigt and Srivastava on a whim.

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Eagle-eyed fans spotted an apparently hidden message in her resignation statement, with the first letter of each sentence spelling out: «I AM SILENCED»

The Miss USA Organization did not immediately respond to a request for comment when contacted by DailyMail.com.

In the days before Voigt’s resignation, the social media manager at the organization, Claudia Michelle, also resigned, writing in a statement that «to be offered the job of your dreams and see that it was anything but was so depressing.»

“This is a women’s empowerment organization and my hope in making this statement is to give back to these title holders some of the empowerment that was so profoundly lost in their year,” the former employee wrote.

She claimed she was left to manage Voigt’s social media almost entirely alone, and while working with the 24-year-old, she «unfortunately (saw) a decline in her mental health.

She added that Voigt’s «ability to share her story and her platform was diminished» and said she witnessed «disrespect» directed at Srivastava.

«I believe their voices and their stories should be heard and not silenced,» she wrote. «I reject workplace toxicity and bullying of any kind.»

Voigt's resignation was quickly followed by Miss Teen USA UmaSofia Srivastava (pictured together), who said her values ​​were

Voigt’s resignation was quickly followed by Miss Teen USA UmaSofia Srivastava (pictured together), who said her values ​​were «no longer fully aligned with the direction of the organization»

Miss USA Organization social media manager Claudia Michelle (center) also stepped down, with insiders claiming the trio decided to quit together, strategically timing their statements.

Miss USA Organization social media manager Claudia Michelle (center) also stepped down, with insiders claiming the trio decided to quit together, strategically timing their statements.

Voigt reportedly suffered

Voigt reportedly suffered «micromanagement to the 10th degree and harassment» during her reign as Miss USA and was reportedly frequently reminded to «forget her NDA»

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The parents of Miss Teen USA UmaSodia Srivastava (pictured crowned seven months ago) reportedly banned the organization's president from speaking to their daughter amid the controversy.

The parents of Miss Teen USA UmaSodia Srivastava (pictured crowned seven months ago) reportedly banned the organization’s president from speaking to their daughter amid the controversy.

In her statement, Srivastava thanked her supporters for

In her statement, Srivastava thanked her supporters for «who I am and always have been, not who I’ve become for a moment,» along with a sharp quote from philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.

The issues raised in Michelle’s statement were echoed in an interview with The Post, which said the contestants have ironclad contracts to keep smiling despite «harmful workplace conditions.»

«This toxic atmosphere is a serious problem,» they told The Post. «There is an urgent need for intervention at the leadership level.»

The insider also claimed that Voigt, Srivastava and Michelle agreed to resign together and timed their statements strategically.

«The decision was not easy. Noelia and UmaSofia are extremely dedicated people who have worked incredibly hard for the competition. Decisions were not taken lightly. They all decided to do it together,” said the insider.

“At the moment, he is afraid to speak more because of the organization. They don’t want it to have any lasting detrimental effect on their future.’

Miss USA Organization President Laylah Rose allegedly posted on contestants' social media accounts

Miss USA Organization President Laylah Rose allegedly posted on contestants’ social media accounts

While Voigt’s apparently coded statement focused on her appreciation for the organization and her «pride» in its involvement, Srivastava’s statement hit out at the issues more pointedly.

She said she was quitting because ‘I find that my personal values ​​are no longer fully aligned with the direction of the organization.’

«The most important thing is to thank those who support me for who I am and always have been, not who I have become for a moment,» she concluded.

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The statement also included a quote from philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, which read: ‘There are no beautiful surfaces without a terrible depth.’

An insider told The Post that the «toxic» environment surrounding the pageants has become so dysfunctional that Srivastava’s parents refuse to let Miss USA Organization president Laylah Rose speak to their daughter.

“All correspondence had to go through her parents. Her parents meet with the Miss Universe organization every week to try to change things with Miss USA, but nothing ever works out. No changes, nothing,” they said.

An insider has spoken out to claim contestants like Voigt (pictured) have ironclad contracts to keep them smiling despite

An insider has spoken out to claim contestants like Voigt (pictured) have ironclad contracts to keep them smiling despite «harmful workplace conditions»

Voigt's fellow competitors took her side in a joint statement this week, calling for her to be released from the NDA

Voigt’s fellow competitors took her side in a joint statement this week, calling for her to be released from the NDA «so Noelia can get her voice back»

The Miss USA Organization was bought by trans Thai entrepreneur Anne Jakkaphong (pictured) in 2022.

The Miss USA Organization was bought by trans Thai entrepreneur Anne Jakkaphong (pictured) in 2022.

As the decades-old competition faces controversy, Voigt’s fellow contestants came out on her side in a joint statement this week.

The contestants said «the majority of the Miss USA Class of 2023» support her decision and called for her to be released from the non-disclosure clauses in her NDA.

“We are asking the Miss USA Organization to permanently release Noelia from the non-disclosure NDA clause in her contract so she can speak freely about her experience and time as Miss USA. We request a response within 24 hours,» the statement said.

“Our goal is to give Noelia her voice back. We are asking for full transparency for competitors in the class of 2024 and beyond.”



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