Model says she’s ‘too hot’ for Bumble after sexy profile is removed from app01/11/2021
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A gorgeous Playboy model has revealed that she was kicked off of Bumble because she was “too beautiful”.
Tahlia Paris, from LA in California, joined the dating app after her relationship ended when she found out her lover was married.
The 24-year-old has been single for four years and hoped that online dating would land her a life partner.
However, instead of dates, Tahlia claims that she was sent an email from Bumble as her photos were being removed by the app’s moderators.
The model believes it’s because she was “too hot” as they broke none of the listed guidelines.
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The influencer, who has 907,000 followers on Instagram @tahliaparis, runs an OnlyFans account where she posts sexy snaps.
But, she insists that her Bumble photos “were PG” and fully clothed.
Tahlia explained: “I was on the app for not even a few hours because pictures I tried posting to my profile were removed even though they were normal photos.
“It happened three or four times to different pictures and Bumble only allowed one of my pictures to stay up, which was really hurting my odds in the dating app world."
She continued: “The photos I posted very were basic. One was a selfie of myself, one was a picture a friend of mine had taken at the beach.
“I tried to keep it very PG and not model-esque at all.
"I wanted guys to not stop at my profile because I’m a professional model but because I was just another average girl looking to date.”
The model, who also works as a DJ, added: “I’ve had guys in the past solely try to hook up with me because of my presence on social media.
“When turned down, a few of their responses were like ‘but wait, you model for Playboy’ – as if that was something that made it easier to have sex with me.”
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Tahlia’s photos have been used by people to catfish in the past.
She explained: “There are several ‘impersonation’ accounts of me all over Instagram. One has nearly half a million followers.
“They make their money by stealing my photos and using my name to fraudulently sell stuff online – everything from ‘used lingerie’ to dodgy diets and workout plans.
“When these people don’t receive the items they paid for they would email me personally with death threats, asking me to give them whatever they had ordered.”
After all she has been through during her short-lived stint on Bumble, Tahlia isn’t sure if the dating app world is for her.
She added: “Online dating has never really been something I’m into but in these circumstances, I thought I’d try it and it didn’t work out. Maybe it’s for the best.
“I would have to start all over with a new account and I’m not sure it’s worth it at this point.
“For now I’m at a stand-still with dating sadly, but hopefully things will open soon so I can get back out into the normal dating world.”
Bumble bans a number of things in its photos including topless bathroom selfies, swimwear shots when not on a beach or by a pool and photos of guns.
A Bumble spokesperson added: "As part of that overall policy, our photo guidelines prohibit photos of people indoors wearing swimsuits or underwear.
"Swimsuit photos are acceptable if you're outside by the pool or on the beach as you're in a natural setting to be wearing a swimsuit.
"In 2018, we also banned photos of guns on Bumble in response to the Parkland shooting, unless the person pictured is a member of the military or a law enforcement officer in uniform.
"For more details on our photo rules, please visit our Community Guidelines and this blog post with more information.”
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