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Thursday, May 28, 2015

The Queen of Versailles hired a knife-wielding bunny for her annual Easter party

Posted By on Thu, May 28, 2015 at 5:35 PM

  • Screengrab via YouTube
This short documentary-style video follows Jacqueline Siegel, star of the 2012 film The Queen of Versailles, as she and her husband host their annual Easter party, an event that undoubtedly showed kids what Easter is all about: demented murder rabbits. 

For some reason, Mrs. Siegel thought it would be hilarious to show the kids in attendance a demon rabbit with fangs and a traditional Easter rabbit that likes to shank people.

Surprisingly, it wasn't as bad as it seems. The kids were into it. Jump to 3:56 for the bizarre bunny show. 

The film was directed by Jason Jack Underwood and produced by Jacob Engels.

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