Cheslie Kryst

Pageant Contestant

Cheslie Kryst was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States on April 28th, 1991 and is the Pageant Contestant. At the age of 31, Cheslie Kryst biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
April 28, 1991
United States
Place of Birth
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
31 years old
Zodiac Sign
Lawyer, Model
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University of South Carolina (BS), Wake Forest University (JD; MBA)
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Cheslie Kryst Career

Following her graduation, Kryst became licensed to practice law in both North Carolina and South Carolina and began working as an attorney at Poyner Spruill LLP, practicing complex civil litigation. She also worked pro bono not only for clients who were low-level drug offenders, but also with Brittany K. Barnett of the Buried Alive Project, to free a client sentenced to life imprisonment. She was the founder of the fashion blog White Collar Glam, dedicated to helping women dress professionally in white-collar jobs.


Miss Universe denies pageant was rigged for Miss USA to win, January 17, 2023
Controversy has surrounded R'Bonney Gabriel's win on Saturday night, with Anne Jakrajutatip, the Thai businesswoman who bought Miss Universe, accused of foul play. But Amy Emmerich, the CEO of Miss Universe, said the results of the competition were handled and verified by a top accounting firm after Gabriel, 28, beat runner up Miss Venezuela, Amanda Dudamel. 'One of the top four accounting firms in the United States handled the results and verified the process,' Emmerich told TMZ. The Miss Universe Organization slammed the allegations as 'absurd'.

Controversial beauty queen R'Bonney Gabriel won Miss Universe after rigging claims plagued Miss USA, January 15, 2023
R'Bonney Gabriel of the United States was crowned Miss Universe on Saturday night, beating out contenders from 83 countries across the globe. The win followed a controversy at the Miss USA pageant that Gabriel's win had been rigged. Fellow American contestants said at the time that Gabriel's win had been the result of 'favoritism.' The legitimacy of her win was also challenged by fellow contenders who said it was suspect that a beauty treatment company that offers a price to the winner featured Gabriel in an ad less than 24 hours after she won.

EXCL: Miss Universe SUSPENDS Miss USA organizers amid claims winner was crowned unfairly, October 20, 2022
Miss Brand has been suspended by Miss Universe after Miss USA contestants accused organizers of rigging the competition for a 'woke winner' to be crowned. In an email, obtained by, Miss Universe CEO Amy Emmerich announced that 'Miss Universe Organization has decided to suspend Miss Brand immediately.' Miss USA President Crystle Stewart (center with husband Max Sebrects) is the director of Miss Brand, but it is unclear if she has also been suspended. Miss Universe did announce she was cooperating with the investigation. Miss Missouri, Mikala McGhee, 28, of St. Louis, (right) said she thought winner R'Bonney Gabriel, 28, of Houston, (left) was a 'woke winner' as she's the first Filipina American to win and that she would help boost viewership. She said that the Filipino community has always been known to 'love' the glitz and glam of the pageantry world and could help revitalize it. Gabriel has denied any allegations against her, saying there was 'no unfair advantage' and that she 'would never enter any pageant or any competition that I would know I would win.' In addition, Stewart's husband Max Sebrects (right) was forced to step down from the board after the Class of 2021 accused him of sexual misconduct.