The Pretty Reckless frontwoman, Taylor Momsen, who recently leaked this surprising and private restroom photo is clearly not happy with the social network platform Instagram after one of her posts was recently deleted for what the platform is proclaiming to be ‘lewd content’ as it allegedly went against Instagram and Meta’s ‘Community Standards’. Momsen would take a screenshot of the violation which stated: “Your post goes against our guidelines on sexual activity”.
The post in question, was an absolutely wickedly stunning throwback picture featuring adult film stars Jenna Haze and Allie Jo from the music video for The Pretty Reckless’ 2014 hit, ‘F**ked Up World, which was off the album, ‘Going to Hell'” The original caption on the post that was taken down would read: “Let’s try that again [IG took it down] Throwback Friday. F**ked Up World video came out 8 years ago today… featuring the beautiful Jenna Shaw and Allie Jo.
Instagram and Meta would elaborate on the infraction by defining their sexual activity guidelines as “Explicit sexual intercourse where at least one person’s genitals are visible, implied sexual intercourse and stimulation of genitals, anus, uncovered female nipples or breasts.” For her part, Momsen would simply reply in a new caption: “That’s a first” talking about the situation.
Speaking of the aforementioned album where this controversial track can be heard on, Going to Hell debuted at number five on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 35,000 copies, earning the band their first top-10 album and biggest sales week yet. As of October 2016, the album had sold 225,000 copies in the United States. The album entered the UK Albums Chart at number eight, selling 9,693 copies in its first week. In Japan, it debuted at number 50 on the Oricon Weekly Albums Chart with 1,795 copies sold. On March 17, 2016, the album was certified gold by Music Canada, denoting shipments in excess of 40,000 copies.