A notorious vegan activist and OnlyFans star staged a topless protest outside a courthouse moments after being convicted of storming a Louis Vuitton store in just her underwear.
Tash Peterson, 28, walked out of the court in Perth, Australia with her breats almost exposed and her chest baring the message: “Wear ur own skin!”
This followed her conviction for storming a Louis Vuitton store in August last year. The adult performer was heard yelling: “If you’re not vegan, you’re an animal abuser.”
Peterson was charged with disorderly conduct and will be sentenced on Friday, but this did not deter her from her latest stunt.
She said she would continue to stage her unorthodox protests “until the animal holocaust ends”.
“It doesn’t bother me at all, I’m here to speak up about the non-human animals who are suffering in the meat, dairy, leather, wool and fur industries, so I’m not going to stop,” she said.
“There is no stopping until the animal holocaust ends.”
Peterson said that she had “so many plans” ahead of her to “disrupt” the “mass suffering”.
She said she had “nothing against” the people in the shop and she was not there to “offend, intimidate or threaten anyone”.
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“I actually find it very ironic that people would find my conduct to be that way when they are the ones who are paying people to stab animals in the throats,” Peterson said.
Perth Now reported that her courthouse protest attracted the attention of police after onlookers began shouting abuse at her and her supporters.
The former pool lifeguard now sells topless and nude selfies on OnlyFans to fund her full-time activities and had considered joining the site for over a year.
She said: “I’d been considering Only Fans for almost a year, and I thought deeply about it and realised I’m on a mission to help animals – I’m willing to do almost anything to help them.’
Peterson’s antics during protests saw her banned from every pub in Western Australia, while her other demonstrations involve her confronting customers at restaurants, supermarkets and shops over animal products.