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Mary-Kate Olsen Insures All Those Furs

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So besides the fact that owning fur is WAY NOT COOL, it’s also WAY NOT CHEAP! And so, even though she has a bazillion dollars, Mary Kate Olsen has taken out an insurance policy on her wardrobe for more than $2 million smackers!!

A “source” told the National Enquirer that “Mary-Kate got closest insurance. She has pieces that cost over $25,000 each. She has a vintage Chanel bag that is worth over $40,000!” And that’s nothing!! In 2005 Mary Kate and Ashley were said to be worth a combined net worth of $300 million dollars!!  Did anyone else just throw up a little?

For the past few months, Olsen has been under attack by PETA for her cruel fashion sense and has no shame about wearing fur on…well pretty much everything. Luckily it seems that these days Mary Kate’s FURocious fashion sense represents a minority. Many Hollywood celebs think that fur sucks and wants you to know all about it! To find out which stars get the Ecorazzi seal of awesomeness, visit petatv.com.

via: femalefirst.co.uk

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