Huntress sparks outrage over latest photos of animal kills

Huntress sparks outrage over latest photos of animal kills

New York Daily News
Reuven Blau 8 hrs ago


© New York Daily News Sabrina Corgatelli posted photos to Facebook of her hunting trip, drawing ire from many on social media.

Hated huntress Sabrina Corgatelli is joyously posting photos of her latest kills on social media despite the international outcry over the illegal killing of beloved Cecil the lion.

"My Impala I got today!! What a beautiful animal!" the Idaho State University accountant posted on Facebook on Friday.

The accompanying photo shows Corgatelli, with braided hair and a grey cap and T-shirt, sitting over a dead medium-sized African antelope.

Corgatelli appears to be in middle of a hunting trip in South Africa where she has already shot down a giraffe, impala, kudu, warthog and wildebeest.

Hundreds of outraged online commenters have slammed her sickening kills.

"You are the definition of disgusting," Emily Kapp posted on Corgatelli's public Facebook page. "So heartless it infuriates me."


© New York Daily News Corgatelli has received some nasty comments from people on social media, with some commenters calling her ‘heartless,’ and the ‘definition of disgusting.’

But Corgatelli has no plans on ending the hunt.

On Saturday, she posted two lines from the Bible.

She cited Genesis 9:3: "Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you. And as I gave you the green plants, I give you everything."

Online followers were not allayed.

"So did the giraffe taste good," asked Lynn Latimer. "There is nothing about you or your life represents anything godly … you are soulless."

The big-game stalker also cited Genesis 27:3: "Now then, take your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field and hunt game for me."

In one post, Corgatelli thanked "Old Days Safari" for helping her bag the wild animals.

The company charges separate prices for different animals. The costs range from $400 for an ostrich to $3,100 for a mountain zebra.