The controversy over Miss California Carrie Prejean was supposedto be settled last month when Miss USA owner Donald Trump said she could stay, but less than a month later she's out, FOXNews reported.

Prejean was fired on Wednesday by K2 Productions, the show's producers, citing continued breach of contract issues.

“This was a decision based solely on contract violations,” Keith Lewis, executive director of K2 Production, said in a statement. “After our [May 12] press conference in New York we had hoped we would be able to forge a better working relationship. However, since that time it has become abundantly clear that Carrie has no desire to fulfill her obligations under our contract and work together.”

Prejean became an overnight Christian celebrity after she denounced gay marriage because of her religious upbringing during the Miss USA contest two months ago and aligned herself with Maggie Gallagher's anti-gay marriage group the National Organization for Marriage (NOM).

More controversy followed when semi-nude pictures of her surfaced on the Internet which suggested a contract violation.

Trump brushed off the controversy; calling her gay marriage question “honest” and the pictures “fine,” he allowed her to keep her title.

But it was Trump that gave the OK to fire Prejean: “I told Carrie she needed to get back to work and honor her contract with the Miss California organization and I gave her the opportunity to do so. Unfortunately it just doesn't look like it is going to happen and I offered Keith [Lewis] my full support in making this decision.”

Prejean decried the firing, saying contest officials had always harbored resentment against her anti-gay marriage views.

“They don't agree with the stance that I took [on gay marriage],” she told gossip site “They don't like me. From day one they wanted me out and they go what they wanted.”

NOM rushed to the beauty queen's defense in a tersely worded release.

“Hollywood hates Carrie [Prejean]. First they abused her, then they try to get her to recant, then they threw mud, and now they are doing what they wanted to do from day one: Get rid of Carrie,” said Brian Brown, executive director of NOM. “She's a young woman of great beauty who chose truth over the glittering tiara that Hollywood offers. Of course they will try to punish her, but we know she will be fine in the end, because her values are in the right place.”

Miss California runner-up Tami Farrell will be crowned the new Miss California.