An OnlyFans star claims she had sex with multiple Meta employees to reactivate her Instagram and reveals a questionable ‘verification process’ for closed accounts.
The podcast and OnlyF creator, known as Kitty Lixo, explained that her Instagram account – filled with lingerie and bikini photos, but no full nudity – had been deleted “three or four times” for “ads sexual” because she had shared Got her OnlyF association.
So she started “sleeping” with a friend of hers who worked on Instagram. “He did (reactivate his account) and it was really good for him,” Lixo said on the No Jumper podcast.
Her friend, who did not give her name, provided her with details about the vetting process, which includes Instagram’s integrity team, which monitors suspended accounts.
She joked that the only way to lift the Instagram ban is to find an employee who “loves you very, very much”.
“He basically told me that the Integrity Department was overseeing the review,” she said on the podcast. “Basically, if they reject you the first time, to take it back, you have to keep trying and keep making comments.
“Everytime [employees] do another exam, it goes to another person. So whenever someone from this service tries to catch you, you end up getting your account back,” Lixo said.
She told the Daily Mail on Thursday that she “did not contact anyone from the Integrity Department or any decision maker in my case”.
“I worked with several people in different departments and they opened several verification cases for me which eventually resulted in my account being reopened,” she told DailyMail.com on Thursday. She said she used “nepotism” to get her account back and doesn’t think the company knew about it.
“[I] also approached people I knew I had to approach,” she said. “I think people use each other in their day-to-day lives. I basically approach IG staff and use nepotism to my advantage.
Lixo admits the process wasn’t easy, as she had to go through her boyfriend’s Instagram page and match all the meta-collaborators with his LinkedIn page to figure out who was on the Integrity Department.
“I checked all his Instagram contacts on LinkedIn, then I checked the Integrity Service contacts, then I messaged them on LinkedIn to get my account back, but obviously they get so many emails every day.” she says.
After LinkedIn messages failed to restore her account, Lixo took the next step on Instagram, sending DMs from her “saved but still goofy account” to Meta employees to “meet each other.” .
“I managed to find some – not from this department, but still people who worked on Instagram in LA. So I found a few to connect with…and we connected and I did. made a bunch and I was able to repay two to three times,” she revealed.