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After speaking to her PR team and being told what to do thinking about the act of violence perpetrated against her on a Los Angeles red carpet last week, Kim Kardashian has decided to press charges against the woman who threw flour all over her.

She will reportedly contact law enforcement officials over the next few days and take the appropriate steps.

Kardashian Picture

In response to this decision, PETA has gone on the attack against Kardashian. That lame organization denies involvement in the act, but has released a statement that reads:

If she presses charges, at least people will be constantly reminded of her selfish, callous disregard for the cruel deaths that she causes by wearing fur.

How much better it would be if she decided to evolve and enhance her image by donating her vulgar furs and exotic-animal skins to the homeless. The activist acted from the heart, something Kim doesn't seem to have. If anything, Kim should get a life, the very thing that she denies animals.

What do you think? Should Kardashian press charges against her attacker?

 

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Upon dousing Kim Kardashian with flour last night, a woman reportedly referred to the reality star as a "Fur Hag!"

Does this mean PETA, who has called out the ex-sex tape star in the past for her fur coat affections, orchestrated the attack? No, the organization insists. But that doesn't mean it's sad the incident took place.

"It was not [us]," a rep for PETA tells TMZ, adding: "PETA has tried everything from polite letters to public protests, but Kim Kardashian has not been moved by the news that animals are beaten, electrocuted, and even skinned alive for real fur garments. Whoever threw that flour may reach her when our polite appeals did not."

And, hey, if flour is unsuccessful, no doubt a message from Courtney Stodden will do the trick.

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How can you enjoy a meal when you're killing a life?

So asks Courtney Stodden in the following video, which features the 17-year old plastic celebrity explaining why she's a vegetarian, urging viewers to adopt a furry friend when in the market for a new pet and, of course, showing off her cleavage.

We'd make fun of PETA for somehow thinking anyone wants to take advance from Stodden, but this is the same organization who also believes that an abundance of naked Z-listers will convince folks to stop wearing fur.

Congrats, PETA. Once again, you've succeeded again in making headlines over saving lives.

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Donald Trump's sons, Eric Trump and Donald Trump, Jr., have been criticized over a series of hunting photos showing them with fresh kills in Zimbabwe last year.

They've done nothing illegal, but in one of the more controversial shots, Donald Jr. is seen grinning broadly while holding the severed tail of an elephant.

He has predictably been eviscerated by PETA in press releases, but defended his actions on Twitter, saying that he was simply taking part in a local custom.

Donald Trump, Jr. Photo

Trump Jr. has not apologized, and has been actively defending his actions to his 120,000 followers, along with getting into a few spats with readers.

In one Twitter update, Trump Jr. writes, "I don't apologize to cater to public opinion when I did nothing wrong. To do so would be to sell myself out."

Responding to criticism from PETA, the executive V.P. of the Trump organization wrote, "yea ok peta, not exactly known for credible and unbiased info."

In a joint statement released by the brothers, they again defended the images, noting that all meat killed during the hunt was donated to local villagers:

"We are both avid outdoorsmen. Brought up hunting and fishing with our grandfather, he taught us that nothing should ever be taken for granted or wasted."

"We have the utmost respect for nature and have always hunted strictly in accordance with local laws, customs and regulations."

What do you think of their actions?

 

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PETA's latest ad is a public service announcement of sorts, for BWVAKTBOOM.

Boyfriend Went Vegan and Knocked the Bottom Out of Me is a phenomenon that's sweeping the nation and affecting individuals whose partners have gone vegan.

Be advised, ladies: If your man gives up eating meat and animal byproducts, dude may become a porn star in the sack. You don't want to end up like this girl Jess.

Check out the animal rights group's latest ad campaign below and then go eat some vegan pancakes:

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For her new PETA ad, Penelope Cruz is showing some serious skin.

Not a lot of it, mind you, but what she does show is quite intense!

The actress and wife of Javier Bardem is the latest famous face to join the animal-rights group (joining Taraji P. Henson, Elisabetta Canalis, Olivia Munn and many others) in its anti-fur fight, putting her sultry stare to good use.

What do you think of Cruz's PETA pic? Peep it below ...

Penelope Cruz PETA Ad

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No matter how useless an organization PETA is, contributing these Olivia Munn pictures is worth something, so give them due credit for their new ad campaign.

The Daily Show correspondent is the latest to strip for the animal rights group's popular, headline-grabbing "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" effort.

The ad was unveiled Thursday in L.A., showing the 31-year-old Olivia Munn nude with a rabbit below the tagline "Who needs fur to feel beautiful?"

Apparently, not her:

Olivia Munn Nude Photo

After the billboard was unveiled, Munn tweeted "Please don't wear fur. Even a tiny bit of fur trim caused an animal extreme suffering & took a life."

Not necessarily, there is fur all over our car from the deer we hit the other night, but that little guy ran off into the woods just fine afterward.

Anyway, point taken. Olivia follows in the nude footsteps of Khloe Kardashian, Elisabetta Canalis, Angela Simmons, Karina Smirnoff and others!

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PETA doesn't care that Super Bowl viewers saw a glimpse of Janet Jackson's boob a few years ago.

This irritating organization is far more concerned over the fact that the singer is wearing a fur coat in a new promotional ad for her Blackgama clothing line, as seen here:

Janet Jackson Blackgama Ad

Naming Jackson its Grinch of the Year, PETA issued a statement this week that reads:

"When Janet Jackson had her infamous 'wardrobe malfunction' during the Super Bowl, at least the flesh that popped into view was her own. Unlike the stolen animal skins that she drapes herself with, which are as dead as her taste in fashion (not to mention her career). Ms. Jackson, you're just plain nasty."

And PETA knows a thing or two about nastiness. In order to drum up attention for itself animals, the company is starting a porn site.

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Kelly Brook is smoking hot. PETA loves publicity. It was a match made in heaven to paint the UK model like a snake for this new ad campaign.

"Whose skin are you in?" she asks, nude, slithering in painted snake skin.

"It makes my skin crawl to think about the ways snakes, lizards, alligators and other exotic creatures are raised and killed for boots, bags and belts."

Seriously. And what better way to show your opposition than this:

Kelly Brook Nude Pic

As snakes in the grass go, this one isn't all that gross.

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Dear PETA: We are very sorry.

For years, we've mocked you as an organization that cares more about publicity than efficiency, focusing on the strange reasoning in your ad campaigns that photos of naked D-listers would somehow inspire others to NOT wear fur.

But we take it all back. Every last word and criticism, and it's all due to the following nude shots of Elisabetta Canalis. George Clooney, we have no idea what you were thinking...

Elisabetta Canalis Nude Pic
  • Elisabetta Canalis Naked Photo
  • Elisabetta Canalis PETA Pic
  • Elisabetta Canalis Topless
  • Elisabetta Canalis Naked for PETA

Says the model of her belief system: "These poor animals are electrocuted, skinned alive, drowned, and bludgeoned just for the sake of fashion... Don’t buy fur. Even a little trim - your gloves or your bag or your jackets... You must remember that animals don’t have a voice. You must be their voice. Never be afraid to speak up."

Canalis is a contestant on the new season of Dancing with the Stars, which ought to increase male viewership on that competition by about 879% this fall.

[Photos: PETA via Pacific Coast News]

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