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Eliza Dushku Angers Fans After Revealing Her Love For Hunting

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Ya’ll, Eliza Dushku just went from pretty hot to kinda disgusting!

A couple night ago on Jimmy Kimmel Live Dushku revealed that she loves to hunt elk and deer. Not only did she brag about it, but she also showed off her bow and arrow skills and boasted about killing a deer in Oklahoma last Christmas. WTF, Eliza? Why are you such a jerk?

Even the studio audience turned on Dushku forcing her to joke, “My mother called me herself and said, ‘You’re a liberal from New England, what the ‘f’ are you doing in Oklahoma shooting things.” Backpeddling later she said, “When you’re in a relationship with somebody you have to, like, experience things that they do. A lot of people eat meat… and I eat what I kill.” 

Obviously Eliza has totally pissed off PETA who’s asking the “star” to drop the bow and arrow act. A spokeswoman for the organization says, “Slaying bloodthirsty vampires on Buffy is brave, but slaying innocent animals where they live and raise their families is cowardly and cruel. Eliza is sorely out of step with the rest of the country; 95 per cent of Americans oppose hunting.”

So there you have it — Eliza Dushku has made my naughty list for the year. On the count of three….BOOOOO!!!

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