Sabrina Corgatelli, a university accountant from Idaho, who gleefully posted images of herself on big game hunts is finding herself at the defensive end against online criticism after about the Facebook photos of herself with her kills, including a giraffe, from a recent legal hunt in South Africa.
Sabrina Corgatelli's photos are of the animals she killed during the hunting trip in a private game reserve near South Africa's Kruger National Park.
In one image she poses over a downed giraffe, accompanied with the caption: 'Day #2 I got a amazing old Giraffe. Such a amazing animal!! I couldn't be any happier!! My emotion after getting him was a feeling I will never forget!!!'
And despite a stream of obscene and disparaging comments accusing her of animal abuse and heartlessness, the huntress has vowed to continue sharing the images regardless of what her 'haters' think.
Corgatelli, whose trophies included a kudu, an impala, a wildebeest and a warthog.
But it is the photo of herself posing with a giraffe wrapped around her that appears to have sparked most of the protest online.
The hunting enthusiasts posts have drawn thousands of people to her Facebook pages, leaving comments and posts denouncing her photos and insulting her. Some of the comments threaten her, using violent, profane and misogynistic language.
Outside of hunting, she is a senior accountant for Idaho State University, where she deals with grants and contracts. She has worked there for eight months according to her LinkedIn page.
Her prey includes a huge giraffe, a kudu, an impala, a wildebeest and a warthog -- with seemingly more to come.
Hundreds of people have protested her actions on the page -- calling her 'deranged' and 'a disgrace to humanity', as well as vitriol too obscene to reproduce.
But Corgatelli, who faced objections even before Cecil's death caused international outcry, is unmoved by their complaints.
Posting early Friday morning, she said: All you haters, This is for you!! Have a great day, cuz I know I will!!'
It was accompanied by an image of a smiling Leonardo DiCaprio in his role as the Great Gatsby, captioned: 'To all the haters - stay tuned, you're gonna have so much more to be p***ed about.'
According to her periodic updates, Corgatelli's hunt began on July 24, when she boasted of killing a kudu, an type of African antelope.