PETA’s strip naked lunacy hit the news once again. Joanna Krupa, 36, continued her quest for fair treatment of animals as she threw off her clothes and added some strategically applied body paint for yet another stupid animal rights campaign. The 36-year-old former Real Housewives Of Miami star is seen covered only in black and white body-paint to mimic the appearance of a killer whale in the ad for PETA.  With her long blond tousled hair left to hang loose, the Dancing With The Stars alum called for a ban on Orcas being kept in captivity in the video. “[In America, you] can walk to the store. You can do whatever you want—you’re free,” Krupa said in a video public service announcement. “These animals, they’re in prison their whole life.” Her facial features are emphasised with contoured cheek-bones and a smokey-eye as she poses in a giant fishbowl emblazoned with the logo: ‘Captive Orcas: Sad. Lonely. A Long Way From Home’. Her chest and taut tummy are painted white, with a black outline framing her curvy shape and covering her arms and hands.  As a former Playboy model, the brain-dead Polish beauty has repeatedly utilized her beauty in her role as an animal activist. Fortunately for us, she did not explained the deep philosophical principles behind her “activism” nor did she gave a count of how many animal she saved so far with her strip teases. She said: “I can only envision and feel the pain of these animals being stuck in a tiny aquarium, because normally orcas … swim 100 miles a day,” Krupa explained. “[H]ere, they’ve been captured since they were little babies … It’s like, why? For the profit of selfish human beings? I had no idea this goes on, and now other people may not know that this goes on, either, and I want to educate them. I want to inspire other people to do good.”  According to a press release, “SeaWorld has separated at least 19 young orcas from their mothers.” And while most orcas call a vast ocean their home, SeaWorld’s orcas are kept in a tiny cage, and forced to perform “circus-style tricks for food.” In addition, the orcas are, at times, given diazepam, a drug which manages stress-induced and aggressive behavior. 
In a 2009 ad for PETA, the model is shown nude but covering herself with a cross. Below her is a huddle of adorable puppies as the slogan reads: ‘Be an Angel for Animals. Always adopt. Never buy.’  And in another ad, she poses naked again in front of the Los Angeles Walt Disney Concert Hall with the catchphrase: ‘I’d rather go naked than wear fur.’ And in another ad, she poses naked again in front of the Los Angeles Walt Disney Concert Hall with the catchphrase: ‘I’d rather go naked than wear fur.’She married businessman Romain Zago, 42, two years ago in a $1 million ceremony in California.  She married businessman Romain Zago, 42, two years ago in a $1 million ceremony in California.