FORMERLY fashionable with the in-crowd, animal rights group PETA has been dropped like last month's mink coat by Hollywood starlets.
Kardashian said she would cut all ties with PETA following a public flour-bomb attack on her sister Kim by an activist associated with the group.
"Not only has PETA lied, but they have proved that they support this kind of behaviour," she wrote on her fan site.
"I am absolutely disgusted by their behavior. Bullying and harassment is never a solution."
Hunger Games star Lawrence also earned PETA's ire by declaring her love of hunting in a Rolling Stone interview.
"I should say it wasn't real, for PETA, but screw PETA," she said of a movie scene where her character skins a dead squirrel.
It's not the first time star power has backfired on PETA; supermodel Naomi Campbell was seen wearing fur after declaring she'd "rather go naked than wear fur" and popstar Pink issued an apology in 2007 after an anti-mulesing campaign went wrong.