Hunter who killed Scots goat taunts critics with T-shirts
American TV presenter Larysa Switlyk said she will never apologise for the shooting.
A "professional huntress" who sparked anger after posing with a goat she shot dead on Islay has launched T-shirts which say "Don't Let Me Get Your Goat".
American TV presenter Larysa Switlyk, who hosts the Larysa Unleashed programme on various channels, has been widely criticised after posting a picture of herself smiling behind the dead goat.
The post lead to death threats while people also called for her to never return to Scotland again.
But the 33-year-old has taunted those who criticised her by launching T-shirts which say "Don't Let Me Get Your Goat".
In a post on Instagram, she said she will never apologise for killing the goat in Scotland.
She said: "Due to the recent outrage over my hunting adventures I've decided to launch T-shirts to take a stance for what I believe in.
"A percentage of every shirt sold goes towards conservation efforts for the world's capra species.
"Thank you for your support."
She added: "We are already on our next hunt and will be in and out of service the next two weeks.
"Definitely on a dream hunt right now and I'm extremely blessed.
"Thank you god and again I will never apologise for being a hunter."