The 22-year-old beauty has just been stripped of her title, crown and responsibilities as Miss Britain 2006, after she let it slip in a recent interview that, at the time of the contest (in February), she dated one of the judges that voted for her.
When Danielle came public about her relationship with the soccer star Teddy Sheringham, one of the judges of the contest, she said that they met after she won the title of the most beautiful woman in England and that, while the pageant lasted, they were never introduced to one another.
The organizers were satisfied with the explanation until now. In a very recent interview, Danielle probably forgot what she had said before about her affair with Teddy and revealed that they had spent the Christmas night together in bed and spoke about a beautiful present she received from him on the same occasion. With no doubt in their minds as to the relationship being much older than Miss Great Britain initially claimed, the organizers decided to strip her of the crown and title.
Another reason for which it is believed the measure was taken was the 'Playboy' spread Danielle posed for not long ago. When some teaser pictures of a topless Danielle appeared on the Internet, plus the fact that she was dating a judge when she was crowned, made her lose her title, as it is customary in such cases.
'Following recent claims in the press and magazines and the publicity given on the "Playboy" website for their next issue, we have sadly decided to strip Danielle Lloyd of her title as Miss Great Britain 2006, effective immediately. We are very sad that this action has been necessary and we wish her the best for the future', the statement from the organizers read.
On the other hand, the now former Miss UK refused to comment on the decision as being caused by her dating Teddy, whom she claims she hadn't met until the end of the contest. Nevertheless, she says on her official site that she couldn't be more proud for having posed for the famous men's magazine and that, not for one second, did she regret taking that step.
The magazine issue in question hits newsstands in the UK on Friday, November 10th.