Beauty model Whitney Paige Venable claims she was banned from Twitter, losing over 100,000 followers, because jealous users were discriminating against her for being “too hot.”
According to The Daily Star, Florida model Whitney Paige Venable, 26, said she felt “discriminated against” for being beautiful following the unexpected Twitter ban.
“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,” she said.
The beauty boasts a staggering 1.6 million followers on her Instagram page, which remains active.
Whitney Paige Venable explained she was booted off the site in November 2020 after using her page for over eight years.
Model insists Twitter ‘banned’ her for being ‘too hot’ after ‘jealous people’ complained
Model Whitney Paige Venable claimed the ban hammer came down because she posted a racy photo of herself in lingerie as her cover photo.
“One day, I changed my cover photo to an innocent shot of me showing off my figure – but I was wearing underwear,” she explained.
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“And suddenly, my account was banned. It made me feel discriminated against because there are far worse pictures on Twitter.”
According to The Sun, the beauty queen claims she was reported by “jealous women” who are not as attractive as her.
She continued: “I’m sure that if I wasn’t so good-looking the photo would have stayed up.
I was kicked off Twitter for being too hot, jealous women reported me – it’s not my fault they aren’t as good looking
Model Whitney Paige Venable firmly believes her ban came because she’s that good looking.
“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.”
“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 complain but nothing happens.”
The Mirror reached out to Twitter for comment but has not heard back.
When it comes to social media, we’ve heard of platforms banning users for cruel comments and harassment, but one woman claims she was booted off Twitter for being “too hot”.
Model says she was banned from Twitter for being ‘too hot’ as jealous users reported her
Model Whitney Page Venable claims she has frequently reached out to Twitter in an attempt to appeal her ban, but has not heard anything yet.
She says she also attempted to start up a new account, only to learn her IP address was blocked — resulting in her getting a new phone.
“It’s not my problem that some people aren’t as good looking as me.”
Her tale is similar to that of OnlyFans performer Lana Wolf, who claimed she got banned from the dating app Tinder because she was reported as fake.
“I got Tinder like last week and then I had it for literally overnight. So I got it that night and then I went to sleep and then in the morning I went on it and it was gone,” Wolf continued.
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