Katie Price's daughter Princess, 13, is permanently BANNED from TikTok but says she's 'doing nothing wrong'March 7, 2021
KATIE Price's daughter Princess has been banned from TikTok AGAIN but insisted she's "doing nothing wrong".
The teenager was left upset last night when her TikTok account mysteriously vanished – after she gained thousands of followers.
Frustrated Princess, whose dad is Katie's ex husband Peter Andre, took to Instagram instead and shared an update with her 384,000 followers.
In the post she revealed a message from TikTok which had flashed up when she'd tried to access the video app.
It said: "Your account was permanently banned due to multiple violations of our community guidelines."
Princess wrote over the screen grab: "My TikTok again!! I'm doing nothing wrong. Is this happening to anyone else?"
Princess has been banned from TikTok twice before, the last time being in December.
In a video she shared, the teen insisted that she didn't break any of the site's rules.
Princess said at the time: "My TikTok has been banned again and I'm quite annoyed because… Yeah, I'm annoyed.
"I didn't do anything wrong, all I did is post normal videos, like I do, and it's already been banned once before.
"I don't know why it's been banned again, hopefully I'll get it back but yeah, it's just a bit annoying.
"So if you guys have been following my TikTok you will probably see it's gone but hopefully I'll get it back."
TikTok is a popular social media app that allows users to create and share short videos with special effects.
Jokes, clips and footage dominate the platform, along with memes and videos in which users lip-sync and dance to popular music.
TikTok requires users to be at least 13 years old to access it, with rules stating that anyone under the age of 18 must have the approval of a parent or a guardian.
Princess is the youngest child of former couple Katie and Peter, who are also mum and dad to 15-year-old Junior.
They each have a TikTok account of their own, and have previously shared Princess' videos with their fans.
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