Her lips are STILL sealed! Former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins continues to keep quiet on President-elect Donald Trump... despite other beauty queens' complaints against him

As Donald Trump edged closer to the US Presidency, former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins has found herself under pressure to speak out about the man.

Though he has faced accusations of cruel, sexist and racist behaviour from other beauty pageant contestants, Jen has refused to speak ill of the now President-elect - and continued to keep her mouth shut on Thursday night.

The model and entrepreneur attended a party for luxury watchmaker Hublot and continued to shut down any questions about the incoming President, the Daily Telegraph reported.  

Not shocked: Former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins has avoided speaking about President-elect Donald Trump following his election except to tell Daily Mail Australia she 'wasn't surprised'

She has not commented since his election, other than to tell Daily Mail Australia she 'wasn't surprised at all' that he had won.

It is rumoured Jennifer went as far as to cancel interviews for Australia's Next Top Model in the lead up to the November 9 election in an attempt to avoid the topic. 

Despite complaints from others, the 32-year-told Daily Mail Australia the former reality TV star had 'always treated her with respect'.

Respect: While the model and entrepreneur has not gone out of her way to defend the 70-year-old, she has said he was respectful of her

Her claims are not reflected in the complaints of other contestants however.

Since the 70-year-old received the candidacy for the Republican party, a number of women who were associated with beauty pageants run by Donald Trump have spoken out against him.

Miss Universe 1996, Alicia Machado, spoke out through Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, who spoke about her in the first Presidential Debate.

Not so happy: Miss Universe 1996, Alicia Machado, says Mr Trump called her 'Miss Piggy' after she gained weight following her crowning

Fighting back: According to a speech delivered by Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton in the first Presidential Debate, Trump also referred to Alicia as 'Miss Housekeeping' in reference to her Venezuelan nationality

It was revealed the pageant owner referred to Alicia as 'Miss Piggy' after she gained weight, and called her 'Miss Housekeeping' because of her Venezuelan nationality.  

After the allegations emerged, the future Commander in Chief took to Twitter and began a late night rant where he referred to the woman's alleged sex tape.

Cassandra Searles, who was Miss Washington in 2013, took to Facebook to allege Mr Trump treated her and the other contestants 'like cattle' and lined the women up 'so he could get a closer look at his property'.

Humiliated: After her weight gain, Alicia claims the future Commander in Chief forced her to workout in front of media 

In the comments section, it is reported she implied the now President-elect grabbed her on the bottom before inviting her to come back to his hotel room, reported Yahoo!

According to New York Magazine, a large number of women have made similar complaints of being groped by the man and spoken to in a crude manner.

In 2005, he was recorded speaking to Access Hollywood host, Billy Bush, about how he would 'just start kissing' beautiful women, because he was a star.

'You can do anything. Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything,' he said.

Mr Trump later played down his comments and referred to them as 'locker room talk'. 

Locker room talk: Despite the numerous allegations against the future President of the United States, Jennifer Hawkins refuses to become involved

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