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Angelina Jolie, Kendall Jenner, and Kim Kardashian Appear Bruised and Beaten in Jarring Anti-Violence Ads
An anti-domestic violence campaign is drawing attention for its use of heavily Photoshopped images of female celebrities depicting them as victims of violent abuse.
Activist and artist AleXsandro Palombo is behind the doctored images, which include Miley Cyrus, Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Emma Watson and Angelina Jolie.Palombo in a post called "Life Can Be A Fairytale If You Break The Silence"
"The biggest accomplice of violence is the silence, a silence which every year kills or causes permanent disability more than diseases or accidents," Palombo wrote in his post. "Domestic violence is a social cancer that knows no boundaries nor social status, it can affect anyone, whether you're an ordinary person or a celebrity. To defeat him you need to use the antidote of culture by educating and raising awareness on Respect and Equality. Each of us has do their part to help increase awareness and to change things by any means."
TMZ reports that while Kendall and Kim support the cause, they never gave their permission to be utilized for the campaign. It is not known at this time if any of the other women approved for their images to be used as well.
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