Notorious vegan activist Tash Peterson storms Louis Vuitton store covered in ‘blood’

Notorious vegan activist Tash Peterson storms Louis Vuitton store covered in ‘blood’

The infamous vegan activist wears nothing but a G-string at a Louis Vuitton store while covered in ‘blood’ to urge Aussies to stop eating meat – on the anniversary of their ‘most powerful protest ever’.

  • Vegan activist Tash Peterson, 28, was spotted at another disruptive protest
  • She stood outside of Louis Vuitton, covered in “blood” that spattered the floor
  • Ms. Peterson did the same stunt at the Perth store a year ago

A notorious vegan activist has raided a Louis Vuitton store for the second straight year, covering herself in “blood” and wearing nothing but a G-string.

Tash Peterson, 28, from Perth, was seen naked at the high-end fashion store on Saturday in an elaborate stunt to shame shoppers into buying animal products.

She staged the same demonstration a year ago, calling it her “most powerful protest ever”.

Tash Peterson, 28, from Perth, was seen naked at the high-end fashion store on Saturday in an elaborate stunt to shame shoppers into buying animal products

“Hi everyone, you may be wondering why I look like this…but I’m going to be hosting a disruptive protest dressed in Louis Vuitton today, on the anniversary of my first Louis Vuitton disruption exactly one year ago,” Ms. Peterson said.

“That was by far my strongest protest.”

She also said she would splatter “blood” all over the floor.

Although it is unclear whether real blood was actually used, Ms Peterson admitted using her own menstrual blood at the demonstration last year.

“I’m incredibly nervous but it’s going to be a freaking awesome and powerful protest… so wish me luck,” she added.

Ms Peterson said she was

Ms Peterson said she was “nervous” ahead of the stunt but said it was a “strong protest”.

Photos show the activist solemnly standing inside the store as confused shoppers walk around her.

During her initial incursion into Louis Vuitton, Ms Peterson was seen parading through the store attempting to shame shoppers for purchasing items containing animal-derived materials.

“Who was murdered for your leather bag, down jacket and wool sweater,” she chanted as security tried to escort her to the front door.

“When you buy animal skin, wool, fur, feathers and scales, you are paying for some of the most horrendous animal cruelty on the planet. You are contributing to an animal holocaust.”

A security guard then snatched a sign she was holding, sparking a tug-of-war between the pair as unimpressed shoppers stared at the nearly-naked activist, who dug her heels into the ground.

She was fined $3,500 by a judge in Perth for the stunt.

In her Facebook story on Saturday, Ms Peterson showed off her body covered in

In her Facebook story on Saturday, Ms Peterson showed off her body covered in “blood” before storming the fashion store

Ms Peterson, who fled her home state of WA for Melbourne, has sparked a string of high-profile protests in recent years.

In her fight for animal rights, she has stormed supermarkets and fast food restaurants and entered a zoo.

The outspoken activist and OnlyFans star, considered by authorities to be “Australia’s biggest plague”, has even been banned from all pubs in WA for nine months.

She interrupted an AFLW game by running onto the field at Perth Stadium in February 2020.

The serial protester ran around for about a minute before being tackled by Fremantle midfielder Kiara Bowers long enough for security to catch up.

She was fined $1,800 in court for trespassing.

Notorious activist Tash Peterson (pictured in Melbourne recently) is famous for her controversial protests

Notorious activist Tash Peterson (pictured in Melbourne recently) is famous for her controversial protests