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Social media influencer-turned-pornstar banned from TikTok

A social media sensation who claims she makes $162,000 per month uploading racy selfies to OnlyFans has been barred from TikTok for X-rated content.

Mikaela Testa was mocked online last year when she broke down in front of the camera after finding out that Instagram had stopped showing the number of likes on all her posts.

The 20-year-old, who lives on the Gold Coast with her 19-year-old social media manager boyfriend Atis Paul and his sister Anna, said at the time that the move dramatically impacted her income.

But on Wednesday Miss Testa told Daily Mail Australia she has been banned from posting videos to her TikTok account for ‘multiple community guideline violations’.

Despite uploading a range of nude selfies for her subscribers on OnlyFans, including private sex videos, the young influencer is adamant she has done nothing wrong on TikTok – which has a number of users under the age of 18.

Miss Testa, who uses the platform to share her details of her lavish life, said: ‘The most my videos would have had is cleavage through a crop top.’

She also claimed the video sharing platform ‘constantly delete videos for violating community guidelines that don’t even violate the actual community guidelines.’

‘Tiktok removes any videos of any girl in a bikini, but they leave up videos of girls that are more on the skinny side, or with less boobs and butt because it’s less “revealing”.’

She added: ‘I could be wearing the exact same outfit as another girl and do the exact same video but my video would get deleted and the other girls would stay up simply because she is skinnier.’

TikTok’s community guidelines state the platform does ‘not allow sexually explicit or gratifying content.’ 

The website mandates that users do not post ‘content that shows human genitalia, female nipples, or buttocks [or] content that depicts a sexual fetish.’ 

While Miss Testa’s account includes a number of videos showing her derriere in tight leggings, she is fully dressed.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted TikTok for comment.

Miss Testa explained she will continue using the platform on new profile, but is concerned about the message the platform is sending to your users.

‘I feel like for young creators using TikTok it may send the wrong message and they may experience the same things – their skinnier friends may do the same challenge and the video is allowed up where as theirs is deleted and may affect them mentally.’

The influencer shot to fame last year following a dramatic video she posted while upset about Instagram making the number of likes a photo has secret to anyone but the poster.

‘If you think this is OK you can f*** off, it’s actually a sad day for those who have Instagram as a job,’ she said at the time.

‘Regardless of what you may think Instagram is a REAL job and those in the industry have worked hard to get where they’re at. It’s people that aren’t even in the industry that think it’s a f***ing joke. It’s not, it’s real damage out here.’ 

Her Instagram account has since gathered a following of more than one million,and is stacked with bikini snaps, topless photos, and one image of her and Atis in a bathtub with bubbles strategically placed for modesty. 

She celebrated the social media milestone by starring in a photoshoot wearing nothing but a g-string and cream from a cake with the words ‘1M followers, link in bio’. 

But Miss Testa said public life has came at a cost.

‘My dad’s side of the family completely disowned me too after the whole crying thing, and when OnlyFans articles came to light,’ she told Daily Mail Australia.  

‘They just don’t agree with my social media presence and prefer me to be a more reserved person, which I’m not, so I chose to be me.’

Trolls often tell her that her father, who has passed away, ‘is watching over your OnlyFans’, ‘is shaking in his grave’ and ‘will never be proud of you’.

Other trolls have leaked sex videos sent to paying OnlyFans subscribers on Google, but Miss Testa maintains a positive attitude: ‘I’m still being the best me I can be!’    

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