Ashley Benson Upsets Fans With Controversial Cecil the Lion Halloween Costume.

Ashley Benson Upsets Fans With Controversial Cecil the Lion Halloween Costume

Roar? Pretty Little Liars star Ashley Benson is the latest celeb to make a Halloween faux pas, and it’s not even Oct. 31 yet! The ABC Family actress (or should we say the Freeform actress?) is in hot water for a controversial Instagram post involving her potential costume for this year’s festivities.

According to several screengrabs from various sites, Benson originally captioned her Instagram photo: “Help! Can’t decide on my Halloween costume this year! What do you guys think of this cecil the lion costume? @yandy #thanksyandy #halloweencostume.”

But fans didn’t take too kindly to Benson, 25, making light of the now-deceased 13-year-old lion, who was killed earlier this year by an American dentist who reportedly paid $50,000 to hunt the famed animal.

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Cecil the lion Credit: YouTube

After getting some backlash online, Benson changed her wording to simply read, “What do you guys think of this lion costume?”

That didn’t stop fans from calling her out in the comments. One follower wrote: “you called it ‘Cecil the Lion!’ #clueless #smh #insensitive,” and another added, ”It’s a shame lions can’t wear dead ignorant humans as costumes. Totally unaware douche.”

Ashley Benson Upsets Fans With Controversial Cecil the Lion Halloween Costume.

 

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