Have you ever been to a video game convention? Comic book convention? Any sort of “nerdy” convention? There are a lot of risque (did I spell that right?) cosplayers, and booth babes, and even booth dudes. So what? People love. Well, my favorite cosplayer and the newly appointed “Juliet Starling” was asked to leave PAX if she didn’t change her skimpy outfit. Head past the break for the details on this travesty.
From what I’ve read, PAX has a no booth babe policy. I’m not sure if you could really consider Jessica a booth babe because she wasn’t just hired to whore it out at the booth, she was chosen in a contest to BE Juliet Starling. She wore the normal Juliet outfit on Friday.
Saturday she wore the outfit you see below, which is an alternate costume for Juliet in the game. Well apparently after several complaints she was asked to change out of that outfit because it was a little too revealing. So she changed back into the cheerleading outfit. AGAIN she was asked to change, and if she didn’t comply she would have to leave. Mind you, though while their rules say no booth babes, it is supposedly acceptable to have people representing characters from the actual game.
So to play it safe she put on the outfit you see below.
What do you guys think? Fair? Unfair? Who cares? Boner city?
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