Gwyneth Paltrow is attempting to win back animal rights militants, by apologizing to the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' V.P. for advertising an accumulation of lavish fur commodities. The actress fell under attack by PETA and animal rights militants after she came out in Italian fashion designer Tod's ad blitz cloaked in fox pelt and donning fur-lined boots. A representative states at the time they wrote to the actress numerous times regarding the handling of animals utilized for fur, only their contact had been snubbed. Merely the 35-year-old, who's previously acquired congratulations for her and husband Chris Martin's green credentials, attained restitution for her fashion mistakes by stating to PETA V.P. Dan Mathews she did not recognize the fur was genuine.
Editor's Comment: The big question I have here is will The Eskimos finally go furless for PETA? I hope not. Since when does some organization have the right to dictate what people can and should not wear?