Courtney Stodden Promotes New Song, Gets Hit By Instagram Policy

Courtney Stodden posed nude on Instagram to promote her new song, “Asphalt.” But the racy post was removed from the social media app for not following the site’s “community guidelines.”

On Monday, the frisky 21-year-old shared a nude photo of herself with the iTunes logo covering her nipples and vagina. In the post’s caption, Stodden told her followers that she will be dropping her new song on iTunes very soon. Moments after the photo was posted, the post was removed for its explicit content. Unfortunately, Stodden’s creative pasties weren’t enough to keep the sexy photo up on her Instagram account.

The blonde bombshell took to Twitter to air her frustrations over being censored.

I’m not happy with Instagram #nobodyshaming

— Courtney Stodden (@CourtneyStodden) April 5, 2016

The double standard we face is beyond me. If a guy poses with pasties on, it’s ok. But if a woman does it, it’s against community guidelines

— Courtney Stodden (@CourtneyStodden) April 5, 2016

Instagram allows tons of people with even more of a popular insta than mine to post fully nude, or even full on porn pics to their page WUT

— Courtney Stodden (@CourtneyStodden) April 5, 2016

Facebook banned me in the past for posting bikini shots. They issued a public apology. Now they own Instagram & are discriminating again

— Courtney Stodden (@CourtneyStodden) April 5, 2016

Courtney then followed up with a more censored version like Kim Kardashian’s controversial nude selfie that angered folks on social media back in March.

“Instagram is making me block out my body in my new single Asphalt’s promo pic even when the uncensored version follows the community guidelines. Yet, millions of other FULLY NAKED pictures on popular Instagrams are left up & accepted,” the jilted reality star wrote.

This isn’t the first time that Courtney Stodden has shared a nude photo of herself while teasing some new music. She coyly shared a mirror selfie of herself standing naked in her bathroom (again like Kim Kardashian) with the following caption: “Working on a new single! It’s coming soon…Oh & I can’t find anything to wear either, Kim! #girlproblems #KimKardashian.”

When the former teen bride is not sharing nude photos of herself, she’s often seen rocking a makeup-free look on the photo-sharing app. Stodden looked barely recognizable in her SFW selfie, which was posted near the end of March. The model, who’s known for her heavy make-up and plastic surgery look, rocked a freshly washed face and a nude camisole.

“No makeup. No hairspray. No fancy clothes. No filter Just me. #BeingBrave,” the starlet captioned her photo.

Courtney didn’t stop there. She also shared a video of her makeup-free look, where she’s heard saying, “Did you know I feel my best without any makeup on? Who knew!”

The star of Lifetime’s The Mother/Daughter Experiment also followed up with a photo of her everyday glammed up look. The photo features Stodden looking like her idol Marilyn Monroe and wearing the same sexy nude camisole.

“Blonde Bombshell hair by Anush Hair Design #BeverlyHills @anushhairdesign,” the buxom blonde captioned the photo.

That wasn’t the only time that Courtney Stodden showed off her no-makeup look. Yesterday, she took to Instagram to share her burnt-off bangs and foundation-free face right after she nearly set her hair on fire during some sort of odd séance that took place on Periscope on Sunday night.

In the selfie, Stodden pursed her lips and wrote, “My bangs burnt off … #seance #MICHAELJACKSON #FIRE”

Then she followed up with a makeup-free video of herself making weird faces thanks to Snapchat’s filters.

What are your thoughts on Courtney Stodden’s nude photo being taken down by Instagram? Do you think it’s fair that she can’t post topless or nude photos while other reality stars get special treatment? Sound off below in the comments section.

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