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Mum of twins devastated as Instagram deletes her account for posting stretch mark pics

A mother-of-two who posted pictures of her post-pregnancy stretchmarks on Instagram to inspire others was horrified after they were removed for breaching the site's decency guidelines.

Hannah Moore, 20, of Broxburn in West Lothian, uploaded the snaps in a bid to boost her confidence and told her followers:
'Nobody should be judged by their size because everyone is beautiful'.
Hannah says the blocking of her account has made her think her body is 'clearly fat, ugly and disgusting and it made people feel sick'.
 'Two minutes after the picture was uploaded my account got closed down, my mouth just dropped and my eyes watered.I don't know why, it was out of the blue but I decided to post a picture of my belly on Instagram because I've had twins.

'I had written underneath the picture how unconfident I had always been, how relationships have been hard and how hard it is to find clothes that I like.''I want not just myself but other women thin or bigger to love themselves and love their size because everyone is beautiful.'Instagram should be more careful whose accounts they delete and look into it further.'
Hannah suffered from stretch marks after giving birth to twin girls Lily and Grace with fiance David Johnstone, 22, in June last year.

She posted the pictures on Wednesday but her account was immediately shut down.
 'I basically wrote that people should never get judged for the size and what they look like because everyone is beautiful'.
The picture was up two minutes until my Instagram logged out itself and then it came up saying my account has been shut down because of violations.

'Nobody could get on my Instagram and nobody could search for it so someone had obviously reported the picture for nudity - all it was was a picture of my belly and it has just took my confidence away.'
'It was just me saying that nobody should ever get judged no matter what size they are.

'I felt so confident posting the picture showing my baby belly, my belly that carried twin girls for only six months.'
Instagram's community guidelines state:
 'We know that there are times when people might want to share nude images that are artistic or creative in nature, but for a variety of reasons, we don't allow nudity on Instagram.'Photos of post-mastectomy scarring and women actively breastfeeding are allowed.'

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