Katie Hopkins, has been permanently banned by Twitter, as the social media claimed she broke their rules.
The English media personality, who starred on the British version of Donald Trump‘s competition reality series, The Apprentice, in 2007, was kicked off the social media site because “keeping Twitter safe is a top priority for us,” a Twitter spokesperson told the Huffington Post.
“Abuse and hateful conduct have no place on our service and we will continue to take action when our rules are broken. In this case, the account has been permanently suspended for violations of our hateful conduct policy.”
The 45-year-old who tweeted under the handle @kthopkins, and had over 1 million followers before she was banned from the platform.
She has faced criticism over the years for her far-right views, and has repeatedly been retweeted by President Donald Trump. As recently as Wednesday, she mockingly tweeted about Black Lives Matter: “Today is #whiteoutwednesday. I will shortly be posting a picture of my arse. Thank you.”
According to The Independent, the UN intervened after she wrote a column in The Sun describing as “cockroaches” and “feral humans.