Actress Kristin Bauer Van Straten is selling off sweaters and caps she wore during a recent trip to Africa to boost funds for an anti-animal poaching charity.
The True Blood actress travelled to Kenya with her husband, South African musician Abri van Straten, to film a documentary about the horrors of elephant and rhino ivory poaching, which is at an all-time high since it was banned in 1989.
She battled illness brought on by taking precautionary malaria tablets to film the project, which was part of her Out of Africa campaign, and now she is selling off specially designed outfits she wore during her stint in the continent.
The long-sleeved black sweaters and caps have the Out of Africa emblem printed on and are up for sale for $100 (£62) each via online auctioning site eBay.com. The items will be signed and the money raised will go to the charity.
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