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On Tuesday, Sons of Anarchy star, Dimitri Diatchenko, was charged with felony counts of cruelty to an animal with use of a knife and making criminal threats.
According the police and Dimitri's ex-girlfriend, the actor killed her pet rabbit in a very gruesome manner all the while sending her step-by-step pics of the horrific crime.
The authorities explained:
Talk about good marketing!
There's no such thing as bad publicity, and Discovery certainly knows it.
So when their special program Eaten Alive stirred up controversy, they sat back and let the free advertisement roll in.
That's because naturalist Paul Rosolie was supposed to be eaten alive by an actual anaconda snake. Sure, he'd have a special suit, but real danger was always present.
Well the show aired and it turns out Rosolie got
Henry Cavill's new girlfriend has an innneresting idea of what fun is.
The actor's latest rumored lady love, Marisa Gonzalo, is a 21-year-old who likes to hunt animals in her spare time.
What's curious about this new pairing is the fact that Henry is a staunch animal rights activist, with his own animal conservation foundation, Cavill Conservation.
In the about portion of the foundation's website, it says:
Ian Somerhalder recently shared an amazing photo of him hanging at his place with his lovely legs and also his two precious pups!
But the actor wasn't just showing off how cute his pooches were — although they were SUPER adorable!
The Vampire Diaries actor also revealed how desperately he wants to stop the killing of millions of animals each year, and he's got an ah-mazing opportunity for anyone who wants to also lend a hand to stop the senseless violence!
Olivia Munn isn't just beautiful, smart and famous… she's also compassionate — her best quality if you ask us!
Last week, she wrote a plea for help on behalf of a poor elephant named Nosey.
Nosey the circus elephant suffers from debilitating arthritis and Olivia took it upon herself to write a letter on PETA's behalf to Tom Vilsack, the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. It read: