Perth’s favourite vegan activist seems to be in hot water yet again and this time it’s not with the courts.
On Monday, it appeared that Tash Peterson had her account removed from Instagram.
Before it was removed, Peterson’s Instagram account @vganbooty had more than 22,000 followers.
However, any attempt to access the controversy-prone Peterson’s Insta came up with the error message “Sorry, this page isn’t available”.
However, the vegan influencer was still active on Facebook and X.
Just two days ago, Peterson uploaded photos to Facebook of herself and partner Jack Higgs watching the Northern Lights in Norway.
About 11 hours ago, Peterson also posted “Northern lights and animal abuse free wood fired pizza on a veganic permaculture farm” to X.
It appears Meta had suspended the account rather than it being deleted by Peterson as her linktree still points to the @vganbooty account.
Meta is notoriously hard on sexual content on the platform and has deleted influencer accounts in the past for violations.
Six days ago, Peterson posted a photo of her bare bottom to the platform which was taken while she was standing in a hot tub in Norway.
Peterson is also still active on OnlyFans where she charges $14.99 a month for adult content.
Her Instagram account regularly hosts images of the vegan influencer in bikinis and sexy lingerie.
In 2020, Perth influencer and OnlyFans’ top earner Jem Wolfie had her Instagram account disabled after posting too many sexy selfies.
Peterson’s Instagram account disappearance comes after a defamation suit was filed against her.
On September 15, owner of Fyre restaurant in Perth John Mountain told a media outlet he was suing Peterson.
He claims the vegan had brought “hatred, contempt and ridicule” against him.
The pair had engaged in an extremely public feud after Mountain banned vegans from his eatery after a plant-based diner left a negative review.
Peterson then stormed Mountain’s restaurant multiple times, with the fiery exchanges caught on video.
Mountain’s legal action mentions comments allegedly made on Facebook and Twitter accounts linked to Peterson and her company V-Gan Booty.
In the Supreme Court action, Mountain’s private company Chopped Parsley also claimed damages from Peterson for trespassing at a protest at Fyre on June 30.
Meta has been contacted to confirm if the Instagram account has been deleted by the platform or Peterson.