Mia Farrow Resurfaces Photo of Trump's Sons Posing with Dead Leopard As Animal Cruelty Becomes Federal Crime

Actress Mia Farrow took a shot at President Donald Trump and his sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump after the president signed into law a bill making animal cruelty a federal crime.

Farrow resurfaced a photo of Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump posing with a dead leopard during a hunting trip in Zimbabwe in 2010. The Rosemary's Baby star wrote alongside the image that she posted on Tuesday: "@realDonaldTrump ⁩tell your sons that animal cruelty is now a crime."

The Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act was signed into law by President Trump on Monday. People convicted of acts of animal cruelty—including suffocating, burning, crushing and/or drowning animals—can now face up to seven years in prison. There were previously varying degrees of state-level animal cruelty laws in all 50 states.

"It is important that we combat these heinous and sadistic acts of cruelty, which are totally unacceptable in a civilized society," said Trump as he signed the bill on Monday, The New York Times reported.

However, despite Farrow appearing to infer otherwise, the law does not extend to hunting. The PACT Act allows for "hunting, trapping, fishing, a sporting activity not otherwise prohibited by Federal law, predator control, or pest control" and "the slaughter of animals for food."

The photos of Trump's sons hunting big game in Zimbabwe first surfaced in 2012 and caused outrage at the time, with at least one sponsor dropping ads on episodes of Trump's The Celebrity Apprentice on NBC at the time.

Other photos show Donald Trump Jr. posing with an elephant tail in one hand and a knife in another and the Trump brothers either side of a strung-up crocodile.

At the time, Donald Trump Jr. responded to Twitter criticism in what has become his textbook brash style, telling one person: "I'm not going to run and hide because the peta crazies don't like me."

In another tweet Donald Trump Jr. also wrote, "Not a pr move I didn't give the pics but I have no shame about them either. I HUNT & EAT game."

The president's son said in yet another tweet that none of the hunting trophies were wasted because local villagers "were so happy for the meat which they don't often get to eat. Very grateful."

When the images were first published in 2012, Donald Trump told TMZ: "My sons love hunting. They're hunters and they've become good at it. I am not a believer in hunting and I'm surprised they like it."

"I know that anything they did was 100 percent OK in terms of the hunting community," said the future president.

It's not the first time Farrow has posted the picture of the Trump sons and their leopard trophy. In 2015, she tweeted the same image and wrote: "What went so wrong with Trump sons that they could kill this beautiful creature"

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