LOS ANGELES -- Former Miss California USA Carrie Prejean apparently does not want to discuss why she and pageant officials decided to settle a pair of lawsuits.

Prejean threatened to walk off the set during an interview with CNN's Larry King Tuesday after King asked what motivated her drop her claim.

After Prejean told him the settlement was "confidential" King responded, "You can't even say why you settled?"

Prejean called the talk show host, "inappropriate" and took off her microphone in the middle of the interview. She also mouthed to someone off set that she was going to leave the show.
Prejean, a 22-year-old San Diego native, sued the pageant's co-executive directors, Keith Lewis and former Miss USA Shanna Moakler, as well as pageant publicist Roger Neal, on allegations of libel, slander and religious discrimination in Los Angeles Superior Court in August.

K2 Productions countersued in October, asking to be reimbursed $5,200 for the beauty queen's breast implants.

No details on the terms of the settlement have been released, however, it's rumored a solo sex tape starring Prejean helped move things along.

Prejean has said in TV appearances that she made the video for a boyfriend when she was 17 and now regrets making it.

"It's embarrassing even talking about this right now," she said. "I've been on national TV discussing the worst mistake of my life. I mean, how many people are comfortable doing that?"

Prejean is currently promoting her new book titled "Still Standing," in which she writes negatively about pornography.

Prejean claimed she was stripped of her title in June because she said she opposed gay marriage during the Miss USA pageant. Pageant officials said she was fired for not fulfilling her obligations as Miss California USA and had missed several scheduled appearances.

Pageant officials will reportedly pay Prejean's lawyers and publicist $100,000 as part of the settlement.