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Ian Somerhalder continues to fight for animal sanctuary and goes head-to-head with land developerIan Somerhalder continues to fight for animal sanctuary and goes head-to-head with land developer

Waste Dump Interfering with Somerhalder’s Sanctuary Land

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The struggle continues for Ian Somerhalder when it comes to building his animal sanctuary. This time around he is fighting for the Louisiana land meant for his upcoming project.

Yesterday he tweeted, “Crazy deja vu…Im at gas station in Alabama where I had to sleep for a while when route to BP oil spill.Now here again for a wink. Going home to fight what seems to be a slightly corrupt land deal thatsgoing to turn ISFsanctuary spot into a waste dump and industrial park. [sic]”

It’s great to see that Somerhalder made it safely to his home state, as last week he was worried Tropical Storm Isaac would interfere with his land pursuit.  He said, “Damn hurricane get’n in the way of me going down to Louisiana to fight to preserve the ISFsanctuary land from be’n destroyedby a development. [sic]”

However, it looks like he still has a fight on his hands. As you can see, he is working hard to get his way. It’d be a shame if “The Vampire Diaries” actor didn’t win this fight, since his animal sanctuary is truly meant to help animals and people alike.

No word yet whether Somerhalder has won the battle, but we’ll be sure to keep you updated.

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  • April Rain

    He looks good outside & in!

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