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PETA Slams Brooke Shields, Labels Her A 'Fur Pimp'

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It didn’t take very long for PETA to jump all over Brooke Shields‘ comments regarding her visit to the Kopenhagen Fur workshop in March — and how she basically wants to wearing nothing but fur in the shower.

“I will advocate that both my generation and the younger generation can wear fur,” she said,  and “I will wear the fur garment when I follow my children to school, when I drink coffee and when I sleep.”

Enter PETA, stage left:

“When I was a little girl, I dreamed about growing up to be a rock star. Or maybe a veterinarian. Or a roller derby queen. I didn’t dream about anally electrocuting animals on fur farms, but apparently Brooke Shields did.”

“We understand that when some actors’ careers begin to fade, they’ll do just about anything to stay in the limelight, including appearing in eyelash-growing commercials and starring in short-lived TV shows,” continues the post. “But Brooke, did you really want the world to remember you as a ‘fur pimp’ who stares agog at rows of animal skins?”

Expect this one to heat up. With Shields’ Furry Vengeance movie tanking, this row is about the best shot at publicity she can expect right now.

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