Model says Twitter banned her for being too hot after people complained

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A model has claimed that she was banned from social media site Twitter for being “too hot”.

Whitney Paige Venable explained she was booted off the site in November 2020 after using her page for over eight years.

The 26-year-old Florida lass, who has 1.6m followers on Instagram, stated that she was “shocked”.

She also noted that she felt "discriminated against" for being beautiful.

Whitney said: "The ban came as a complete shock to me as I’d never used Twitter other than to write a few comments about TV shows I was watching or share photos from my Instagram account."

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She added: "One day, I changed my cover photo to an innocent shot of me showing off my figure – but I was wearing underwear.

"And suddenly, my account was banned."

"It made me feel discriminated against because there are far worse pictures on Twitter.

"Some of them look like actual porn showing off really graphic angles.

"I’m sure that if I wasn’t so good-looking the photo would have stayed up."

Whitney continued: "I firmly believe Twitter deleted my account because I’m too hot and jealous people who aren’t as attractive complained or said I was promoting sexual activity.

"It's not fair."

The stunner claimed that she tried to contact Twitter multiple times to appeal their decision, but hasn’t been able to seek to them.

Eventually, she started a new account, but found that her IP address was blocked.

So, she had to use her phone and start from scratch.

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Whitney said: "I feel extremely upset because I was able to grow the account to almost 100,000 followers and then I was banned for nothing.

"And they won’t get back to me at all. I’ve complained and complained but nothing happens.

"It’s not my problem that some people aren’t as good-looking as me."

The Daily Star has contacted Twitter for comment.

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