The latest wild rumour about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie having a herd of elephants at their upcoming nuptials has been snubbed as utter rubbish by PETA.
Releasing a statement, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) said, 'It would be out of character for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt - a couple who clearly values family and has donated millions to safeguard land and wildlife in Africa - to have elephants at their wedding ceremony.'
The statement comes after the couple's supposed florist spoke to Grazia saying there would be eight elephants (one for every member of the Jolie-Pitt clan) at the wedding, which is expected to take place in the South of France soon.
PETA continued by saying the do-gooding couple, 'probably realise that elephants used as props at events and in other forms of entertainment are separated from their families, kept chained most of their lives, carted from town to town, and beaten in training so that they perform on cue.'
The statement concluded, 'They know that sensitive, family-oriented animals deserve to live in peace. PETA wishes the couple all the best in their life together.'
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