Katie Price’s daughter Princess Andre, 13, moans she’s still banned from TikTok and begs app bosses to let her back on

KATIE Price's eldest daughter Princess Andre has ranted her TikTok ban still stands and launched an impassioned plea for bosses to let her back.

The teen, who was granted her own Instagram page for her 13th birthday, took to her Stories to update her followers on the status of her account.

Princess told how her old TikTok account is connected to her phone number and she had another banned account connected to her email address – so she can't use her contact details to set a new one up.

Katie's daughter, whom she shares with ex Peter Andre, then shared a BBC news article showing that all under 16s have to now set their TikTok to private.

She is desperate to reclaim her account on the video sharing site and therefore eager to share her predicament.

Earlier this month, Princess told how she had done "nothing wrong" after being slapped with the ban.

Her TikTok account mysteriously vanished on March 7 – after she gained thousands of followers.

In a subsequent Instagram 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."

Yet her father, Mysterious Girl singer Peter, has spoken out in support of the app in comments unlikely to please his daughter.

Peter, 48, wrote in his latest New Mag column: "My daughter Princess was excited to be back on TikTok again after her account got suspended, but then she got blocked again! Now correct me if I'm wrong, but I said to her that for them to ban you, there must be a reason.

"I said, whatever it is, if you're not supposed to be on it, get off it!

"I'm harsh but I always do it with a smile and she knows I love her."

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.


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