Fox Fur Processing companies have come under fire after a series of videos were released showing workers making fox fur, which is not made with the same process used for making other animal products.
The videos were uploaded to YouTube by Fox Fur processing company FurTech and the videos have since been removed.
Fox FurTech, which was founded by a Fox employee, was sued for allegedly working on fur without a permit and allegedly having a direct relationship with the Fox fur mill.
“Fox Fur processing has not been a part of the Fox family for decades and is no longer affiliated with Fox fur,” Fox spokesperson Lauren Molloy said in a statement to ABC News.
Fox Fur, which has since taken the videos down, has been accused of making a product that was not intended to be fur, but which the company said is a natural product. “
We have zero tolerance for this type of behavior and are investigating all of the allegations against Fox Fur to determine if we can take any action against anyone.”
Fox Fur, which has since taken the videos down, has been accused of making a product that was not intended to be fur, but which the company said is a natural product.
The company has also been accused by animal activists of using animal fur to make its fur products, which are also made with animal fur.
Fox is also accused of working with Fox Fur and Fox Fur Products, Inc. to market its products to animals.
“This is unacceptable.
Fur is a vital part of our animals and to be using animal product ingredients in our products is unacceptable,” Fox CEO Tim Fox told ABC News in a video statement.
“Fur is a valuable part of their lives and we are proud to stand behind their products and their animals.”
In a statement issued to ABC, Fox said it had terminated the contract with FurTech because the company had violated its terms of service.
“Because of the seriousness of these allegations, Fox Fur has terminated our contract with Fox Tech and we’re working with our legal team to determine whether to file a complaint with the California Labor Commission,” the statement read.
Fox said that FurTech has since removed all of its products from the website, and that Fox has asked the company to pay a $100,000 fine and will not be reimbursed.
“It’s a very sad day for our Fox Fur operations, Fox fur, and all the animals that make up the Fox Family, Fox family, Fox Family Products, and the Fox brand,” Fox Fur spokesperson Lauren Lacey said in the statement.
Fox also said that it had suspended its relationship with Furtech.
Fox has a history of ethical concerns about animal cruelty, including its fur production practices and fur-free labeling.
Fox fur products were featured in a 2011 episode of the television series “The Simpsons.”
Fox fur has also earned a reputation for not having animal welfare standards, according to an investigation by the Humane Society of the United States.
The investigation found that fur was routinely used to produce fur coats for other animals.