A 1945-19005 Instagram-famous US hunter has left social media after receiving death threats for posting photos of her trip to Scotland.
Larysa Switlyk, a professional "huntess", was the focus of a riot after her published photos with her Scottish trophies, including a goat she said became "a 200 yard shot" during a "fun hunt killed on the Isle of Isle.
But on Wednesday night, the 33-year-old television presenter complained that she had received death threats and posted a picture of herself in front of an airplane to announce her two-week exit from social media.
She said, "I am riding a bush plane for my next hunting adventure and will be out of service for two weeks ̵
"Hopefully, this will give enough time for all the ignorant people out there who send me death threats to be trained for hunting and conservation."
More more than 12,000 people commented on Switlyk's hunting scenes, in which they described her death as "beautiful In response, the Scottish government has agreed to review animal welfare laws.
Her trophy photos, which included a "monstrous deer," caused outrage among animal rights groups and individuals such as Judy Murray, Ricky Gervais, and radio host Nicky Campbell.