Olivia Munn Wears Faux Leather Boots To PETA Event

April 28th, 2010 // 3 Comments

Olivia Munn wore nothing on the billboard she did for PETA to bring attention to the circus’s rough treatment of Elephants, but at the billboard’s debut in Los Angeles on Tuesday she wore faux leather boots.

Which was apparently a bigger deal.

The budding actress tweeted: “Faux leather boots? Maybe a bad idea for PETA unveiling. Sorry for controversy. I’ll take off my faux bald eagle jacket now too.”

I don’t get the controversy here and it doesn’t sound like Olivia really does either. Shouldn’t you promote faux leather boots to save animals? People must have thought they were real.

By Madison Ventura

  1. tommy

    Many women on other websites have confirmed the exact brand of boots, because they own them, and they are REAL leather. Celebs often pretend to wear fake stuff–leather and fur–to go with the crowd. Based on looking at Munn’s boots, I’d say they’re real, too. She’s looking for attention and PETAs just looking to use another useful celeb for its agenda. Heck, I’ve seen many PETA Hollywood supporters wearing python skin shoes, carrying alligator bags and wearing sheepskin boots. It’s all hypocritical nonsense. Wear and eat what you want!

  2. Natasha

    Faux leather actually has a worse environmental impact than real leather… PETA doesn’t really care about the overall environment though, only animals. So in some aspects if you follow PETA’s advice you are probably doing more harm than good.

  3. Liz

    If you carefully read her words, she NEVER actually says, “The boots in question from the PETA event are made of faux leather.” She simply says, “Faux leather boots (question mark) MAYBE a bad idea for a PETA event….” She should have just fessed up and said something like,”I admittedly do wear leather. However, I try to practice a cruelty-free lifestyle in my diet.” Or something to that effect. The point is that she lied.

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