New Blood to PETA Campaign against Fur
Actress Would 'Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur'
Serratos, who at 19 is the youngest celebrity to pose nude for PETA's iconic anti-fur campaign, also sat down for an exclusive interview in which she discussed her dedication to helping animals. She doesn't just avoid wearing their skins—she also refuses to eat them. The vegetarian star explained, "I've always been opposed to slaughtering, eating, wearing carcass[es]."
Serratos joins a growing list of celebrities—including Charlize Theron, Eva Mendes, Karina Smirnoff, and Roselyn Sanchez—who have starred in anti-fur ad campaigns.
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