Bachelor in Paradise's Abbie Chatfield accuses Instagram of 'double standards' after photo deleted

Angry: Abbie Chatfield (pictured) lashed out after Instagram removed one of her racy images for 'violating community standards' on Friday

Abbie Chatfield accuses Instagram of ‘s**t-shaming’ and ‘double standards’ after her racy topless photo is deleted for violating guidelines

Abbie Chatfield has lashed out after Instagram removed one of her racy images for ‘violating community standards’. 

The former Bachelor in Paradise star shared a post to the platform on Friday, which featured a comical image in which she placed her head on a hairy man’s body. 

She also shared a screenshot of the notification she received from Instagram informing her the ‘offending’ image had been deleted. 

Angry: Abbie Chatfield (pictured) lashed out after Instagram removed one of her racy images for 'violating community standards' on Friday

Angry: Abbie Chatfield (pictured) lashed out after Instagram removed one of her racy images for ‘violating community standards’ on Friday 

The 25-year-old explained in her caption: ‘Because Instagram deemed my book announcement post as not suitable for the platform (despite showing no more nudity than any other bikini pic I upload) I thought I’d replace it with a photo I know won’t get deleted!!!!! 

‘A man’s nips out and proud are definitely more appropriate than my hands over my t*ts, right? F**k this double standards bullsh*t. 

‘I wanna show my t*tties!!!!! But, alas, we will have to cop this stock image nipple until Instagram, and society, decide that all nipples are equal.’

Gone: This image was removed by Instagram, sparking Abbie's anger. The former Bachelor in Paradise Star then shared a post to the platform telling her fans what had happened

Gone: This image was removed by Instagram, sparking Abbie’s anger. The former Bachelor in Paradise Star then shared a post to the platform telling her fans what had happened 

The 25-year-old explained: 'Because Instagram deemed my book announcement post as not suitable for the platform (despite showing no more nudity than any other bikini pic I upload) I thought I'd replace it with a photo I know won't get deleted!'

The 25-year-old explained: ‘Because Instagram deemed my book announcement post as not suitable for the platform (despite showing no more nudity than any other bikini pic I upload) I thought I’d replace it with a photo I know won’t get deleted!’ 

The book Abbie is referring to is her upcoming tome on feminism titled ‘Slut’.

In an Instagram Stories post, also on Friday, Abbie shared a selfie in which she is grimacing and again lashed out at Instagram. 

She wrote:  ‘As tho I haven’t been talking about female nudity and slut shaming consistently on my podcast and IG for 18 months now’. 

Taking it well: Abbie also shared a comical image in which she placed her head on a hairy man's body, in order to demonstrate what she sees as a double standard

Taking it well: Abbie also shared a comical image in which she placed her head on a hairy man’s body, in order to demonstrate what she sees as a double standard 

Deleted: Abbie showed fans screen-shot of the notification she received from Instagram informing her the 'offending' image had been deleted

Deleted: Abbie showed fans screen-shot of the notification she received from Instagram informing her the ‘offending’ image had been deleted

Ouch: In an Instagram Stories post, also on Friday, Abbie shared a selfie in which she is grimacing and again lashed out at Instagram

Ouch: In an Instagram Stories post, also on Friday, Abbie shared a selfie in which she is grimacing and again lashed out at Instagram

Earlier this month, Abbie announced she’s writing her very first book, which aims to ‘unpack all the sexist bulls**t that exists’.

The TV personality revealed the news to her Instagram followers alongside a stunning topless image of herself, writing: ‘I am so excited to share with you all the news that I AM WRITING A BOOK with @affirmpress!

‘So excited, in fact, that I got a ring custom made,’ she said, showing off a silver band with the book title emblazoned across it. 

Coming soon: Earlier this month, Abbie announced she's writing her very first book, which aims to 'unpack all the sexist bulls**t that exists' - an upcoming tome on feminism titled 'SLUT'

Coming soon: Earlier this month, Abbie announced she’s writing her very first book, which aims to ‘unpack all the sexist bulls**t that exists’ – an upcoming tome on feminism titled ‘SLUT’

‘Titled ‘So, let’s unpack that’, or, in acronym form ‘SLUT’, is set to be an entry level handbook for my baby feminists.

‘I want to give the reader the tools to retort sexist rhetoric in a meaningful way. Basically, I’m going to unpack all the sexist bullshit that exist and explain how I deconstruct certain pervasive patriarchal narratives.’

She confirmed the date of the book’s release is set to be July 2021. 

Budding author: She confirmed the date of the book's release is set to be July 2021

 Budding author: She confirmed the date of the book’s release is set to be July 2021

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