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There's a target on my head thanks to Facebook: Texas cheerleader tries to mend image after backlash over trophy hunt shots by posing with LIVE animals

Kendall Jones' Facebook shots of herself smiling alongside her rare safari trophy kills may have been taken down, but she's now replaced them with shots of herself alongside living animals as she struggles to repair her public image.

Despite the thousands of people who've lashed out over Kendall's photos, the teen scored a victory Thursday when another account was removed for threatening her with violence.

The move came after the 19-year-old Texas Tech cheerleader's dad Cody Jones demanded the removal of the page 'Kill Kendall Jones' that featured posts condemning the huntress as well as a picture of a lion smiling atop a dead hunter.

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