Belle Delphine’s Instagram account has been removed after ‘violating community guidelines’

The 19-year-old NSFW cosplayer has found herself slipping into the mainstream because of her freaky yet honestly genius business set up of selling her own bathwater.

But it’s like she’ll have to be compelled to promote her merchandise elsewhere, as her Instagram account has been disabled.
When you head to Belle’s account, which has 4.5 million followers, a broken link seems saying the page ‘isn’t available’.

And in line with variety of Reddit and social media posts, this is the result Belle was being reported for ‘nudity or pornography’.

One post shared to Reddit, titled ‘My friend Noah got Belle Delphine’s account taken down’, shared a screenshot of a message from Instagram, within which an account had ‘anonymously reported belle.delphine for nudity or pornography’.

The apparent response from Instagram read: ‘We have taken belle.delphine’s account down. Thanks for reporting this account. We’ve removed it from Instagram as a result of it profaned our Community rules.’

It is unclear what image prompted this response, though Belle is wide-known for posting provocative content on her Instagram account.
Instagram’s community rules have been clamping down on sexual pictures from sex employees on the platform, with model Rebecca Crow recently petitioning to satisfy Instagram as she believes their ‘censorship policy disproportionately affects sex workers’.

Their guidelines state: ‘We know that there are times once individuals may wish to share nude pictures that are artistic or creative in nature, except for a range of reasons, we don’t permit nudity on Instagram. This includes photos, videos, and a digitally-created content that show sexuality, genitals, and close-ups of fully-nude buttocks.

‘It additionally includes some photos of female nipples, however photos of post-mastectomy scarring and ladies actively breastfeeding are allowed. Nudity in photos of paintings and sculptures is OK, too.’
Belle’s Twitter account, followed by 275,000 people, continues to be active, with footage of the gamer posing with vibrators and in the shower still accessible.