Amber Rose Barnes Wiki – Amber Rose Barnes Biography
KALISPELL, MONTANA — Amber Rose Barnes who once bragged about killing and skinning a “wolf pup” that turned out to be a husky pup, allegedly didn’t disprove animal cruelty. The hunter, 36, of Martin City, Montana, was later given a six-month deferred sentence.
Barnes, as part of her punishment, must attend a hunting safety course and will not be able to use her hunting rifle during this period. She was slapped with various charges in October after bragging about her death the previous month on Facebook, where she claimed to have “smoked a wolf pup.” The huntress faced backlash the moment people noticed that she had actually killed a Siberian husky pup.
Arnes had reportedly ventured into the Flathead National Forest at Doris Creek, sixty miles south of Glacier National Park, in search of a black bear when he came across what he believed to be a wolf. She defended her actions in court. “During this time safety was my top priority, this animal was growling, howling and coming at me like it was going to eat me,” she said at the hearing. “Yeah, I made a mistake… either way, yeah, I still would have shot him because he was aggressive and coming right at me!” she added.
Amber Rose Barnes Age
The age of Amber Rose Barnes is 36 years.
Amber Rose Barnes
Barnes was not charged with a hunting violation as “the incident did not involve an animal under agency jurisdiction,” according to the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks. She sparked outrage on social media after posting a series of images of herself with the dead pup. “So this morning I set off for a solo predator hunt of an autumnal black bear however had the chance to take another predatory wolf cub 2022 it was a great feeling to text my man and tell him I just smoking a wolf pup #firstworld #onelesspredatorMT, Barnes wrote alongside the photos.
The graphic images show Barnes, who was reportedly accompanied by her partner Frank Tallent on the hunting trip in Flathead County, Montana, flaunting the skinned husky while grinning from ear to ear. The couple defended their actions at the time by saying that the killing was an act of self-defense and also admitted that it was a mistake. Barnes’ partner, Frank Tallent, responded to angry dog lovers with an expletive-laden tirade after many called for his partner’s arrest.
He threatened violence, but at the same time admitted that the incident was a bad image for the beleaguered hunting community. “Mistakes happen, it’s a big deal,” the Montana man wrote in a lengthy post defending his mistress, which has since been deleted. “Yeah, my girlfriend was out hunting and she shot a fucking dog that got dumped in the woods.”
Authorities later discovered that the dead dog was one of nearly a dozen husky puppies that had been abandoned in the woods. Many of them reportedly had parvovirus, which is a life-threatening disease. Authorities investigated whether Barnes had a license to hunt wolves, which she claimed she did. Later, the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks confirmed that she had indeed purchased the license. Wolf hunting is legal in Montana with a license. The law allows a hunter to kill or trap 20 wolves per season, according to the Daily Mail.Read More…..