Kim Kardashian's fashion choices are often put under the spotlight but the reality star has been slammed yet again by PETA after being spotted with a Birkin crocodile skin handbag.
The 31-year-old has been accused of setting a poor example to her fans after rocking the expensive accessory, and the charity organisation is far from impressed.
Kim Kardashian steps out in Los Angeles with the Birkin bag (Splash News)
According to RadarOnline, PETA's spokesperson Wendy Wegner has said: "For every alligator or crocodile skin accessory, an animal was likely beaten but still conscious and able to feel excruciating pain as his or her skin was peeled off.
"These animals feel fear and pain and they don't want to die. Alligators and crocodiles have no real legal protection, but they have done nothing to deserve the violent treatment that they endure."
She also added: "PETA urges consumers to watch Joaquin Phoenix's video exposé of the cruel exotic skins industry and vow today never to buy items made from the skin of alligators, snakes or crocodiles."
The sleek black Birkin bag costs a whopping $50,000 and is a really popular high-end product and we all know Kim loves her 'skins' as last month she was spotted wearing a pair of controversial snake skin boots.
Earlier this year Kim was flour-bombed on the red carpet, by an attacker who was allegedly linked to PETA.
Remember when THIS happened?