10:09 PT – A representative of the USDA confirms that they have received the letter and “investigates it”.
Doc Antle rental Chris Brown‘s young daughter taking a pleasure ride on an elephant’s giant noggin was not only dangerous and irresponsible, but also illegal … at least according to PETA.
The animal rights organization fired a letter Tuesday to the U.S. Department of Agriculture urging it to investigate the ‘Tiger King’ star’s operation of his Myrtle Beach safari … alleging he violated a number of rules … focusing mostly on the recent incident with Chris ‘child.
According to the letter, obtained by TMZ, PETA claims that Doc has violated the Animal Welfare Act by allowing 7-year-old Royalty to swim with Bubbles, one of the elephants. The organization claims that it was super dangerous for the girl to dive off the animal’s giant head.
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PETA refers to a rule that requires certain animals to be kept at a safe and reasonable distance from humans with appropriate barriers to ensure the safety of guests.
Myrtle Beach Safari
By letting Royalty Jump around – not to mention being lifted up by Bubbles’ powerful trunk- PETA says it’s clear that Doc is rolling … and they insist it’s just the latest alleged violation of the property.
They are asking for a full investigation … urging the USDA to hold him and his cohorts accountable for what PETA considers dangerous and irresponsible behavior.
Doc tells us that PETA sent a similar letter thenLil Pump visited and said, “Nothing came out of that elephant complaint after the USDA investigated it. Just a huge waste of time and resources for the federal veterinarians to check these erroneous claims. We are in no way in violation of animal welfare. We have continuous perfect inspections. “
Originally published – 9:00 PT
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