According to reports, a number of OnlyFans users claim their TikTok accounts were recently deactivated.
Their accounts were deactivated because they had allegedly violated the platform’s sex and nudity policies.
Most of these creators said they made sure to keep their TikTok content PG-rated, although their bios included links that lead to their OnlyFans.
“I wouldn’t even type the word ‘sugar daddy,’ I would type ‘sugar daddi’ and things like that lol. And I never used the word OnlyFans on my page,” said Lydia Love.
Love, who had garnered up to 100,000 TikTok followers before she was suspended, told Rolling Stone her TikTok bio did include a link to her Linktree landing page, which included a link to her OnlyFans page.
A TikTok representative told Rolling Stone that in addition to prohibiting “content that commits, promotes, or glorifies sexual solicitation,” it also prohibits any accounts from trying to “redirect traffic.”
TikTok did not provide an explanation for the discrepancy, nor did it say why certain prominent users, such as Bella Thorne, have remained on the platform despite linking to OnlyFans in their TikTok bios.