Kylie Jenner abused by animal rights activists branding her ‘a monster’

Kylie Jenner was verbally abused by animal rights activists who branded her a "monster" as she shopped for Christmas presents in LA.

The famous billionaire was attacked by protesters in Beverly Hills and it was caught on video.

The 23-year-old was seen leaving the Moncler store when an activist shouted at her through a megaphone.

She screamed "shame on you," "you're a monster," and "animals are skinned alive," reports TMZ.

Kylie's Rolls-Royce was blocked by the group prompting her bodyguard to attempt to remove them to let the driver escape.

The protest had been occurring down the street, when the group were notified the reality TV star was nearby – they waited by the exit of the store for her.

In January this year, the star was labelled a "hypocrite" for wearing fur after the devastating Australian wildfires.

Kylie had voiced her concerns and raised awareness for the animal deaths due to the fire.

Her Instagram stories show an image of a koala being rescued by a fireman with the comment “Over half a billion animals have been killed in Australia. This breaks my heart.”

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Just 12 hours later she posted an image of £1,080 Louis Vuitton real fur slippers, prompting followers to brand her a "hypocrite" and "so disconnected it’s unreal", reports The Mirror.

The open toe pink slippers are made of real mink fur.

Social media users rushed to call her out.

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One person said: “Crying about Koalas dying while literally wearing the skin of this animal as slippers on her feet. Can she just shut the f**k up already?!”

Another user wrote: “That awful person @KylieJenner posted about koalas dying in Australia then posted herself wearing slippers made from ANIMAL fur.

"Made from real mink fur. An animal had to die for her slippers, just f*** off Kylie.”

Kylie Jenner's representatives have been approached for comment.

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