PETA Wants Royalty Brown to Delete Myrtle Beach Safari Photos

For Immediate Release:
August 20, 2021

Moira Colley 202-483-7382

Myrtle Beach, S.C. – Chris Brown’s daughter, Royalty, recently visited disgraced Tiger King subject “Doc” Antle’s animal exploitation center with her mom, Nia Guzman—and PETA is asking them to set a better example. Below, please find a statement from PETA Foundation Deputy General Counsel for Captive Animal Law Enforcement Brittany Peet (who also appeared in Tiger King):

“Baby chimpanzees, hyenas, and tigers are stolen from their mothers for photo ops like Royalty’s at shady facilities such as ‘Doc’ Antle’s Myrtle Beach Safari, and it’s common in this industry to cage, sell off, or kill animals once they’re no longer profitable babies. PETA has asked Royalty’s mom to put herself in these mothers’ shoes and set a kind example for families everywhere by deleting these posts, committing to never visiting another roadside zoo, and teaming up with us to condemn dismal parks that tear animal families apart.”

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