(femalefirst.co.uk ) - Cindy Crawford has angered PETA by appearing on the cover of Russian Vogue wearing a fur coat.
The 41-year-old model - who infuriated the animal rights group in 2004 when she agreed to be a spokesperson for their anti-fur campaign before modelling for exclusive mink clothing range Blackglama - has sparked further controversy by gracing the cover of the well-respected fashion magazine sporting fur.
One livid PETA member said: "What a wretched and sad excuse for a human being. I think she's an ugly person and a washed-up, withered, mole-faced hag whose career was over 10 years ago.
"Go away Cindy, no one cares about you anymore. People who wear fur are just disgusting and vile."
Another added: "With that big furry mole on her face, you'd think she'd be more sensitive to the plight of animals. The lives of the animals she wears are like her relationships - short and painful."
PETA are no strangers to causing controversy.
Alicia Silverstone recently caused a stir when she posed naked to promote vegetarianism as part of PETA's goveg.com campaign.