Proof That Khloe Kardashian Sold Fur During PETA Campaign

March 28, 2012 By:
Proof That Khloe Kardashian Sold Fur During PETA Campaign

Khloe Kardashian broke up with PETA this week, and model Joanna Krupa says Khloe is a fur-peddling hypocrite.

“They told PETA multiply times they don't sell fur at Dash (the Kardashians’ boutique)… and we caught them cold-handedly at their Calabasas store,” Joanna told Hollyscoop, providing us with proof of the purchase.

The proof included a receipt in the amount of $297.98 for the purchase of a rabbit fur vest.

Joanna is planning a protest with Care2 in early April, and wants to present Dash with 140,000 signatures in an attempt to get the Kardashians to stop selling fur at their boutique.

“I believe the reason Khloe says she quit working with PETA is because she was getting so much heat, being a hypocrite—posing for the anti-fur campaign, and then selling fur in her Dash stores,” Joanna told Hollyscoop.

And when it comes to Kim Kardashian’s flour-bombing, Joanna say she deserved worse: “At least egg yolk or paint! She got away easy with just flour. The attacker is a hero.”

Khloe said of her sister's decision to wear and support the fur industry: "Everyone is entitled to their own opinions."

When Khloe first became a spokesperson for PETA the self-proclaimed animal lover admitted that she had no idea what happened to animals killed for their fur until a few of our videos opened up her eyes. "The videos are so graphic but they are so necessary for people to watch. I'm so grateful that I did get the opportunity to see them. I had no idea that's how these animals are treated."

Just to recap, here's what happens on fur farms: PETA explains that workers “cut the skin and fur from an animal’s leg,” while animal's “limbs kick and writhe.” The workers also “stomp on the necks and heads of animals.”

To be honest with you, I couldn’t even finish reading, because it's so horrific. Just don’t wear fur. After hearing that, you might be wondering what kind of person would still wear fur.