Pornstar Kendra Sunderland banned from Instagram for joke about ‘blowing’ CEO after nude was left up for weeks

The 25-year-old online sensation was axed from the website after she exposed herself to her 2.2 million followers while putting a sex toy in her mouth


                            Pornstar Kendra Sunderland banned from Instagram for joke about ‘blowing’ CEO after nude was left up for weeks
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Pornstar Kendra Sunderland has been removed from Instagram after she live-streamed herself topless, joked and said she had performed fellatio on the social media giant's CEO.

The 25-year-old online sensation was axed from the website after she exposed herself to her 2.2 million followers while putting a sex toy in her mouth, The Sun reported.

Sunderland gained notoriety after filming a solo sex scene in the Oregon State University library and originally appearing to get away with the stunt. But the final straw was when she quipped that she got to stay online because she was performing sex acts on Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri. "Hey guys! I just wanna let you know I’m not deleted yet… I’m bats**t crazy," she said. "I might be sucking off the CEO of Instagram. But whatever it is, I’m here to stay!”

Kendra Sunderland attends the 2019 XBIZ Awards on January 17, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images)

This came after she posted a topless photo of herself a couple of weeks ago and joked that she was "blowing" Mosseri. It's worth noting that the photo was allowed to remain on the platform despite violating its policy on nude photos. Several users accused the social media giant of giving Sunderland preferential treatment and reported her explicit photos. Instagram finally shut down her account after her controversial Livestream Wednesday night.

Meanwhile, the company has strongly denied Sunderland has any connection to Mosseri or any other executives on its board. The pornstar has since blamed her actions on being drunk, saying she wasn't sure if she was banned for her content or her jokes about Mosseri.

"I was going crazy on Live yesterday, doing things I know I shouldn't have and was just drunk and didn't care. I'm guessing that's why," she said. "I would be surprised if the other reason was why because I said it in such a joking manner. I never even really knew who the CEO of Instagram was, or anything. I've never met this person before in my life. I think having my t***ies out shouldn't have been a problem because guys can be shirtless on Instagram Live, and there shouldn't be any difference."

(L-R) Adult film actresses Abigail Mac, Tori Black, and Kendra Sunderland pose at Greg Lansky's Blacked, Tushy, and Vixen adult studios booth at the 2019 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on January 24, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Getty Images)

She apologized and admitted that using a sex toy on a live stream was perhaps "too far." But Sunderland also accused the company of discriminating against sex workers. "We all want the same freedom on social media and we all want the discrimination against sex workers to stop," Sunderland wrote. "But I hope that u find some sort of satisfaction or happiness to know that my account was disabled. I’m also always blocked from posting on Tik Tok for stupid things other people get away with. These apps clearly target sex workers and I am not exempt. Still going to keep fighting tho for myself & for other sex workers."

 



 

"Even if I don’t get it back I’ll still make a comeback. NOBODY can stop me or bring me down," the adult star declared. "Yeah so anyways, does anyone actually have the contact for the CEO of IG?? Cause I would suck his d*** if he wanted."

 



 

 



 

Sunderland, who found fame after being arrested at age 19 for filming an adult video in her university library, later created a sugar-daddy website called Date Broke College Girls to help women feel "empowered." The website has since been shut down.

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