Katie Price’s daughter Princess Andre ‘permanently banned’ from TikTok

Princess Andre, 13, has been permanently banned from popular app TikTok.

The youngster, who is the daughter of Peter Andre and Katie Price, took to Instagram to hit out at the ban.

Princess insists she has done nothing wrong, despite the TikTok telling her she has breached community guidelines.

They add that due to 'multiple violations' her official page is now banned for life.

Updating her Instagram story, Princess shared a screenshot of the message which read: "Your account was permanently banned due to multiple violations of our community guidelines."

She added over the post: "My TikTok again!! I'm doing nothing wrong. Is this happening to anyone else?".

TikTok's rules states that a user must be at least 13-years-old to join the site so long as they have their parent's permission.

Both Princess' dad Peter and her mum Katie have appeared in videos on her page.

Prior to the latest development, Princess was banned from TikTok twice before.

It's not clear why she was temporally suspended for the app.

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Speaking in December when her page was last pulled, Princess said: "My TikTok has been banned again and I'm quite annoyed because… Yeah, I'm annoyed.

"I didn't do anything wrong, all I did is post normal videos, like I do, and it's already been banned once before.

"I don't know why it's been banned again, hopefully I'll get it back but yeah, it's just a bit annoying.

"So if you guys have been following my TikTok you will probably see it's gone but hopefully I'll get it back."

Princess' older brother Junior is also on the app, though is more active on Instagram.

Chatting in a now deleted Instagram live session this week, Princess told fans she was trying to get her brother, 15, to use his TikTok account more.

Daily Star recently revealed how budding actor Junior faces daily abuse online due to his public platform.

But rather than entering into a war of words with trolls, Junior says he's keen to use the experience to help his mum pass Harvey's law.

Junior said: ""Hate in general doesn't bother me at all. For some people it really hurts them and effects them but for me it doesn't.

"If I look at a comment that is hate it doesn't mean anything, it is just a comment. But for some people it hurts them deep."

"It is not good for people like that to be about. I get hate every day. I think loads of people do with platforms like this and this many followers.

"I didn't want agg' or abuse towards him. That's the whole reason why we are doing Harvey's law.

"My brother Harvey, this law is what we are carrying on. Basically there is going to be a law where it stops it and it makes it illegal for online trolling."

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