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That 17-Year-Old Soccer Fan’s Modeling Career Is Already Over

Just one day after news broke that 17-year-old Axelle Despiegelaere was offered a modeling contract from L’Oreal, comes news that her contract has been fulfilled and she’s no longer affiliated with L’Oreal. This was most likely due to the uproar over this picture of her posing with a oryx ( I said gazelle in the last post but it looks more like an oryx) she shot which included a teasing caption about hunting Americans at the World Cup.

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L’Oreal quickly distanced themselves from the photo saying, “L’Oréal Professionnel Belgium collaborated with her on an ad hoc basis to produce a video for social media use in Belgium. The contract has now been completed.”

While they said they were aware of the photo, they wouldn’t comment on whether or not that was why they terminated her contract. Though they did add that their company “no longer tests on animals, anywhere in the world, and does not delegate this task to others.”

The lesson here is if you’re angling to be a famous model, don’t go around shooting exotic animals and then posing with them. Unless it was charging right at you. In that case, by all means. Blast away.

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What a retard, shooting animals in the 21st century is like homophobia or slavery these days, it’s plain evolution

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Shooting animals is like homophobia or slavery? Wow what a dumb comment

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Time for a boycott of L’Oreal. The people of this country need to hit these Liberal extremists in their bank accounts.

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Guess what folks. Every cosmetic company that uses synthetics uses ingredients that are tested on animals. The can make their own claim because they buy the synthetic chemical ingredients from other companies that do the animal testing.

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