A protest against fur sales at of Calabasas got pretty heated Monday afternoon as models and animal activists Katie Cleary and Joanna Krupa clashed with some customers shopping outside the store.
Cleary and Krupa claim the fashion boutique, owned by the Kardashian sisters, sells clothing made of fur and that they have the photographic evidence along with receipts to prove it.
Like many people who are anti-fur, the models denounce the skinning of animals for fashion.
"You don't need fur anywhere," Cleary said. "We're not cavemen."
Despite a receipt dated Feb. 6 for the purchase of a $274 rabbit fur mix vest and other items Cleary made, one source told RumorFix that those fur items were from an old inventory and that the Kardashians stopped selling fur.
The Kardashians were not at the store Monday.
One woman who was shopping at the store stepped outside and confronted the models, saying that there were no products for sale.
Members of the media were not allowed inside DASH and several security guards were staged at the business's entrance.
Cleary said the Kardashian sisters removed the items beforehand because they knew of the planned protest.
Khloe Kardashian, who has participated in PETA campaigns, announced recently that she had severed her ties with the animal rights organization after sister Kim Kardashian was doused with flour on March 22 for wearing fur.
Krupa called Khloe a hypocrite.
"You quit [PETA] a long time ago when you were selling fur in your store," Krupa said.
The models have also garnered more than 145,000 signatures for a petition to stop fur sales at DASH.
View the accompanying video for footage of the protest.