Rossen Reports: Some ‘faux fur’ sold in stores isn’t fauxPlay Video - 5:23
December 19th, 2014
Rossen Reports: Some ‘faux fur’ sold in stores isn’t faux
With nearly 100 million Americans opposed to buying and wearing fur, some of the nation’s biggest retailers advertise “faux fur.” But a Rossen Reports investigation found that some of the items they're selling actually come from the fur of real animals, including rabbits, coyotes and a species of wild dog. NBC national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports.