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Miss Teen USA Tweeted Racism

LAS VEGAS — The new Miss Teen USA will get to keep her crown despite an outcry over Tweets she once wrote using racist language.

The Miss Universe Organization, which owns the Miss Teen USA pageant, issued a statement Sunday chastising Karlie Hay’s words but also “supporting her continued growth.”

After she was crowned July 30 in Las Vegas, social media users found Tweets containing the N-word linked to an account with Hay’s name.

A screenshot of the four Tweets from 2013 and 2014 has been making the rounds online.

Pageant officials, referencing an apology Hay posted to Twitter and Instagram, say the 18-year-old was going through personal struggles and regrets her words.

Hay, of Tomball, Texas, says she will use her platform to advocate for those affected by drug and alcohol abuse.

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