Fur Flying over Dita's INKED Cover


Dita Von Teese Strips Down To Fox Fur
The PETA campaigner contradicts herself by wearing animal skin...

Animal lover Dita Von Teese has stripped down for a sexy shoot - wearing fox fur.

The burlesque star - who appears in PETA's Animal Birth Control campaign - strikes a seductive topless pose on the cover of tattoo magazine Inked, with only a strategically-placed open jacket and red fox skin to cover her assets.

But apparently the animal rights organisation - who is known to target celebrities for wearing animal skins - know about her fur passion.

"PETA's totally aware of me. I'm not working with PETA to tell people to be vegetarians or to stop wearing fur. I am there to strictly speak about spaying and neutering your pets," Dita explained to People.

PETA Spokesman Michael McGraw says the group has not yet asked Dita to stop wearing fur, but might "possibly" have that discussion in the future.

"We're happy to have her support on that issue (spay/neutering), and we'll see where it goes," says McGraw.