Georgia Tennant’s fury as Facebook removes breastfeeding snapshot for being “too sexual”


Georgia Tennant was left furious after her healthy breastfeeding snapshot was deleted by Facebook for being “too sexual.” The actress – who is married to Doctor Who star David Tennant – denounced Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after her photo was charged with “violating” social media policy.

Republishing the snapshot on Instagram – which now also belongs to Facebook – Georgia has severely told the billionaire to sort his “s ** t out”.

Georgia wrote: “@facebook just deleted this photo because it violated its sexual imagery policy.

“Sort your shit @zuck or I’ll come squirt in your eyes. # Breastfeeding #ifyouthinkthisissexualitmaybeyouthatistheissue? “

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His fans rushed to the comments section of the snapshot to share their outrage on the social media platform.

One fan wrote, “This photo shows just one of the most natural things a woman’s body can do.

“Also one of the oldest things to have existed. I really don’t see anything wrong with that! The problem is really them! ”

Another wrote: “What is sexual when you feed a baby? “

Georgia hit Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

A third added: “Since when has a baby been sexually fed, I sometimes don’t understand the virtual world. ”

While another agreed, writing, “How is it sexual ?? You take care of your child! ”

Mirror Online contacted Facebook for a comment.

Georgia and David have been married since 2011

This comes as Georgia detailed its heartbreaking battle with cancer during this week’s cervical cancer awareness week.

The actress said a simple smear test saved her life by “stopping, beating and cutting” her cervical cancer before the disease had had time to spread.

But although the deadly disease had been contracted before significant damage was done, Georgia admitted that it had even started planning its own funeral after seeing anomalies in its test.

In her 2018 personal blog, she urged women to book smear tests to avoid similar situations.

She detailed her fight against cervical cancer

Recalling the time she returned to the doctor’s office, Georgia discovered that she had CIN 2 – known as pre-cancer.

The doctors were then forced to perform cervical excision on the actress.

The five-year-old mother wrote, “I survived cancer without ever realizing it. As you can see, I’m still treating it, it’s a trick to make your head spin. ”

Georgia and David have been married since 2011.

The couple share the children Ty, 18, Olive, nine, Wilfred, seven, Doris, five and eight months Belle.

Ty is Georgia’s son from a previous relationship when she was 17, and David adopted the teen actor when he and Georgia started dating.

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