Emma Singery, the popular social media blogger who was previously a fashion editor, has been suspended from Instagram for six months for violating the company’s Community Standards.
The ban is effective immediately and will continue until she complies with the terms of her community standards.
The ban will remain in place until she has complied with them, Instagram says in a statement.
Singery has been a critic of Instagram’s “charity” policies and the way it deals with women who have experienced sexual violence.
Singers are a prominent figure in the #MeToo movement, which has taken on a political nature with recent allegations of sexual misconduct against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein and former President Bill Clinton.
Singering said the community standards have always been a concern for her, but she believes they have been unfairly targeted in the last year.
“I am concerned about the way Instagram has responded to #MeToOscars, in particular its treatment of women and survivors of sexual assault,” Singering said in a video posted to Instagram.
“I was so concerned that I wanted to do something about it.”
Singers account was temporarily disabled on Wednesday due to a technical error, but her account was restored on Friday.
The Instagram community standards are a way for Instagram to deal with users who have broken the company rules, which it does not have the power to enforce.
The company’s Statement of Community Standards states that “community standards apply to our products and services, to our community and our community of partners, and to our employees.”
“These standards provide a way to keep our communities strong, accountable, and safe, while upholding the values of Instagram.
Singers have been vocal in criticizing the company and its policies for years, saying that they are designed to make it difficult for people of color and women to have meaningful representation in the industry.