Famous teen bride Courtney Stodden showed her support for PETA's "Eat No Turkey" campaign by encouraging people not to eat turkey this Thanksgiving, the Daily Mail reports.

"I'm getting naked for the turkeys! --> Xo," she tweeted yesterday.

She also posed for a photo that showed her not wearing any pants, although in the picture, she wore one of the animal rights group's T-shirts that read “eat no” with the image of a turkey. 

Stodden joins other vegetarian celebrities in the Eat No Turkey campaign, which includes Paul McCartney, who is featured on PETA’s Web page, sharing his favorite meatless Thanksgiving recipes.

However, her photos do not seem to be officially affiliated with PETA.

Stodden has previously shown her support for the animal welfare charity by being featured in a PETA video in March in which she talked about being a vegetarian.

The aspiring actress became well known after she married 52-year-old actor Doug Hutchison in May 2011, when she was just 16. The two met when she signed up for an online acting class he was teaching, according to the Mail.

Stodden, who is infamous for her revealing outfits and forceful attitude, appeared on the VH1 show "Couples Therapy" with Hutchison.

The show’s therapist, Dr. Jenn Berman, admitted to being concerned about having the couple on the show.

“I came in saying, ‘She’s a victim, he’s a predator.’ What I found out was that she has a lot more power in this relationship, and he is far more powerless than I expected,” she said.

“His family has completely disowned him … He unfortunately has nothing besides her.”

According to Berman, since marrying Stodden, not only has Hutchison’s family disowned him, but his agent quit, and he has also received death threats.