THE self-proclaimed 'World's Hottest Grandma' reveals her fury after her racy videos are removed from TikTok.
Gina Stewart, 49, from the Gold Coast in Australia, said her saucy clips were taken off the Chinese-owned video app for violating 'community guideline violations'.
One of the videos showed Gina, dressed in a crop top, pushing a lawnmower around the garden, and another was a selfie with the buttons of her shirt undone, revealing her cleavage.
In an interview with the Daily Star, she said: "I started a TikTok on the weekend and posted two TikToks. They lasted only 24 hours as both videos were censored.
"I looked up the guidelines and I did not contravene, so I'm not sure what was going on."
TikTok's stringent guidelines state "sexually explicit or gratifying content" is not allowed.
I feel that Instagram has gone too far with freedom of speech.
"Sexualised content carries many risks, such as triggering legal penalties in some jurisdictions and causing harm to our users through sharing non-consensual imagery (for example, revenge porn)," the site rules.
"Also, overtly sexual content can be offensive within certain cultures."
Gina rose to fame in 2018 when she made it to the finals of Maxim's Finest Australia contest – a competition that pitted her against 18-year-olds.
Gina, who has a one-year-old grandchild, ended up losing out on the title of Miss Maxim Australia in what was reportedly a close race but retained the fan-bestowed title of “world’s hottest” granny nonetheless.
This isn't the first time the sexy gran has been booted off social media for her x-rated snaps.
I started a TikTok on the weekend and posted two TikToks. They lasted only 24 hours as both videos were censored.
Last year she accused Instagram of threatening her free speech after removing her photos.
The glamour model previously told Sunday Star Online: "I even posted a response on Instagram on the day my image was deleted with a revised censored version of the photo – but that too was deleted by Instagram.
"It seems I'm being targeted somehow. I feel that Instagram has gone too far with freedom of speech."
Another photo of her, completely naked, reclining in a chair was also banned from Instagram.
She said that she removed the photo after being told that it didn't comply with their guidelines.
But when she re-read the specifications, she said: "The guidelines say no nipple and nipples were not being shown in the picture so I have asked Instagram to please re-post it.
"It’s only a naked side shot and my hair is covering me.”
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