Louis Vuitton Owner Exposed: Workers Bash Pythons in the Head for Leather Bags

A disturbing, first-of-its-kind PETA Asia investigation into multiple slaughterhouses reveals exactly how pythons are being killed for LVMH’s snakeskin purses and shoes. Investigators visited two Indonesian slaughterhouses that supply LVMH—which owns Louis Vuitton, Celine, Dior, and other fashion brands—and documented that workers bashed snakes in the head with hammers, suspended them in the air, pumped them full of water, and cut off their skin—likely while they were still conscious.

LVMH must be held accountable for profiting from the cruel exotic-skins industry.

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