The candid personality microblogging account was deleted after a petition was launched by a social media user to start it on the site.
More than 75,000 people signed their names to the Change.Org petition to have the former apprentice star’s account suspended.
The petition biography said, “Incredibly, Katie Hopkins has been given a platform to insult, abuse and provoke outrage for far too long. Attacking the victims of sexual exploitation of children is probably the most repulsive act that any human being can do.
“Doesn’t it have limits? The scary thing is that it could happen to her own children right under her nose – being as obsessed as she is, how could she see the signs?
“I think it is time for Twitter to take action and remove it from its platform, just as Facebook did with Britain First.
“I believe in freedom of expression. Hate speech isn’t, I’m sure a lot of people feel the same way ”
A Twitter spokesperson told The Huffington Post, “Twitter security is a top priority for us – abuse and hateful behavior have no place in our service and we will continue to take action when our rules fail. are not respected.
“In this case, the account has been permanently suspended for violating our hateful driving policy. ”
The former columnist has gained a lot of reaction and hatred over the years for the messages she posts on the social media platform.
More recently, she caused a sensation by mocking the demonstrations of Black Lives Matter.
Hopkins tweeted on Wednesday, “Today is #whiteoutwednesday. I will soon post a photo of my ass. Thank you. ”
It was after she targeted footballer Marcus Rashford by posting a number of jibes about his free school lunch campaign.
The efforts of striker Man Utd convinced the government to reverse its position of not providing meals to disadvantaged children during the school holidays.
Rashford himself comes from a family of five and explained how his experiences of his mother struggling to put food on the table were the motivation behind his efforts to help the less fortunate.
But Katie was outraged by the decision, tweeting Rashford over the question suggesting that he should pay to feed the kids himself.
Hopkins contacted Rashford on Twitter, writing, “Do you think women should think about how they’re going to feed a child before deciding to have it?”
“I don’t want to pay to feed other people’s children. You are welcome. ”
This is not the first time Katie has been suspended from Twitter.
In January, his Twitter account of one million subscribers was temporarily suspended.
The suspension is due to the fact that the far-right mouth – whose Tweets have sometimes been re-tweeted by US President Donald Trump – violated the site’s microblogging policy, according to DevonLive.
Activists – including Rachel Riley of Countdown – lobbied the site after Hopkins continued to spread hatred on the platform that saw her incite racial hatred in messages directed against rapper Stormzy.
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