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Animal rights campaigner HEATHER MILLS McCARTNEY refuses to apologise for her public attack on fur-sporting supermodels including NAOMI CAMPBELL, LINDA EVANGELISTA and CINDY CRAWFORD.
The catwalk trio were blasted as "hypocritical, superficial and shallow" by SIR PAUL McCARTNEY's wife for their dramatic U-turn on the use of animal skins in fashion.
All three have supported anti-fur campaigns in the past but have since been snapped wearing animal pelt clothes, prompting the furious backlash.
But Mills McCartney insists her harsh words are excusable.
She says, "I don't regret my comments. I don't regret telling the truth. The only way to convey the message about anything is to be absolutely honest, not worry about what the repercussions are.
"Having said that, I don't hear anything from them, obviously because they're just ashamed." (SH/WN/SC)
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