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Subject: Judge to rule Monday in pageant row

Prior Beharry
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Date Posted: 03/19/05 2:41:35pm

Cheryl Ankrah

Justice Amrika Tiwary-Reddy will give a ruling on Monday that will set the wheels in motion to determine whether dethroned Miss Trinidad and Tobago/Universe contestant Cheryl Ankrah or another contestant will represent this country at the Miss Universe pageant on May 30.

Arguments were completed yesterday in the Port of Spain Chamber Court and Tiwary-Reddy said she will give her judgment at noon on Monday.

Ankrah's attorney Denyse Gouveia has asked the court to extend an injunction that prevents Elias and Associates from selecting a replacement queen for the Miss Universe pageant. This country has until April 1 to submit a name for the pageant to be held in Thailand.

The 26-year-old beauty queen was crowned Miss T&T/Universe last August but was stripped of her title on January 4 by the pageant company-Peter Elias and Associates.

She then sued for breach of contract and was granted an injunction preventing a replacement queen until the lawsuit is determined.

Elias and Associates is claiming that Ankrah was not prepared for the contest and did not attend walking and dance classes in preparation for it.

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