Animal rights charity People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have taken their hatred of Jennifer Lopez to the next level - by launching an anti-J.Lo website.
PETA has already listed Lopez as one of their 'worst dressed' celebrities after consistently wearing fur during her promotional activities and in the designs for her new couture line Sweetface.
On the website jlodown.com, PETA fumes: "J.Lo knows what animals who are killed for their skins endure. PETA has contacted her with letters and videos no less than a dozen times.
"Through the years, Lopez has worn the skin of just about every animal imaginable, from foxes, who are bludgeoned to death and often skinned alive, to small, gentle chinchillas, who are killed by electrocution or have their delicate necks snapped and 100 of whose skins are required to make just one coat.
"Most people agree that wearing fur is wrong. Please don't support Jennifer Lopez or her bloody business."
The website urges animal lovers to write to her public relations firm BWR, urging the Latina beauty to stop wearing animal skins.
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