Rob Kardashian's Instagram shut down after he attacks ex-fiancee

Rob Kardashian has been removed from Instagram for posting revenge porn of what appears to be his ex girlfriend Blac Chyna.

Kardashian then brought his tirade to Twitter, accusing fellow reality star Blac Chyna of infidelity.

Earlier in the day, he posted explicit photos of Chyna on Instagram. She responded on Snapchat with a claim that Kardashian had beaten her. The post has since been deleted.

The Kardashian star took to Twitter where he posted the nude photos which were on his account for approximately 30 minutes.

Kardashian has a verified account with over 7 million followers on Twitter and there have been questions about the length of time it took the social media platform to take the photos down.

Twitter's 'hateful conduct' policy says: "The consequences for violating our rules vary depending on the severity of the violation and the person's previous record of violations.

"For example, we may ask someone to remove the offending tweet before they can tweet again. For other cases, we may suspend an account."

Kardashian lives in California, where posting intimate images without the consent of the subject is illegal.

Instagram said: "We value maintaining a safe and supportive space for our community and we work to remove reported content that violates our guidelines."

Kardashian and Chyna announced their engagement in April 2016 and starred in an E! reality show about their relationship. The couple split up a month later. Their daughter, Dream, was born last November.


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