An international pageant turned out to be an ordeal for British beauty queen, Amy Willerton, after she was asked for sex in exchange for votes
Willerton, 19, was forced to flee Miss Asia Pacific World contest in South Korea after three 'shambolic' days.
She also claimed that she was sexually assaulted by organisers and sponsors, was fed just one meal per day, and was made to stay in a room with no bed.
"It was absolutely horrendous," the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.
"I had two of the organisers sexually assault me - one tried to pull my top down."
"When we posed with sponsors they also tried to stick a hand somewhere inappropriate."
Willerton was completely aghast to see the atrocious conditions prevailing at the venue.
"Girls were pulled aside and told they knew what they had to do if they wanted to win - we all knew they meant sex."
When she reported the matter to the police, she was shocked to see officials openly bribing local officers with cash.
After arriving home Amy was disgusted to learn that the eventual winner of the 12,700 pounds first prize was none other than the local entrant, Miss South Korea.
Amy is now looking to launch legal action against the competition organisers.