Reese Witherspoon Ditches Python Bag
Reese Witherspoon left many people shell-shocked when she was spotted carrying a reptile handbag. The Legally Blonde star’s python-skin purse has been legally banned from being sold in California since 1970.
PETA immediately rushed Reese the video exposé that her Walk the Line co-star Joaquin Phoenix narrated, showing how reptiles used for clothing and accessories have their heads nailed to trees, are often skinned alive, and can languish for days before dying. Reese’s camp instantly responded to us, saying that Reese was dismayed to learn that the bag was made of real snakeskin and promised never to carry it again.
Reese said that she was grateful for the information we had sent her, and we were so appreciative that she bagged the bag that we sent her flowers as a thank-you. It’s good timing, too: Her upcoming movie This Means War co-stars Laura Vandervoort, who just shot a naked exotic-skins ad for PETA, so now those two can slink down the red carpet together rocking mock croc and fake snake. For a chance to win your own stylin’ faux-snakeskin bag from Urban Expressions, click here!
Written by Michelle Sherrow
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