Jem Wolfie is one of OnlyFans‘ biggest stars, and once boasted 2.7million followers on Instagram.
Now the Perth-based model, 29, who is known for her racy selfies, has had her account deleted, Perth Now revealed on Tuesday.
A spokesperson for Facebook, who own Instagram, told the paper: ‘We removed this account for repeatedly breaking our rules’.
The spokesperson went on to say that the company warned last year that they would ‘also remove accounts with a certain number of violations within a window of time.’
Jem, a former chef and competitive basketball player, revealed last year that she was earning a staggering $30,000 per day on OnlyFans.
Through her combined business ventures, she had earned more than $2million between 2018 and 2019, according to Perth Now.
The model left high school to work 70 hours a week in the culinary world, fast-tracking her chef apprenticeship and securing a cafe job.
But being a chef wasn’t all she had hoped it would be, so she turned her focus toward the Western Australia Basketball League (WABL) and started playing basketball more competitively.
In 2015 a serious knee injury forced her off the court and into the gym for rehab, where she began posting workout videos to a small online audience.
A combination of gym photos and basketball trick shots set Jem’s profile apart from other Instagram famous influencers like Tammy Hembrow, and her follower base began to grow.
She recently broadcast herself driving around in a new blue Porsche 718 turbo GTS – with a price tag of around $175,000.
‘I guess how I look on the outside has helped my career a lot, I can’t deny that,’ she told Perth Now last year.
‘But I have a line for OnlyFans and I have a line for Instagram because I believe that there’s a certain amount that should never been shown, and I keep that for a potential partner I’d be with.’
The beauty insists that her body is all natural and her curves have all been moulded in the gym, and it’s possible for anyone to change their figure with the right knowledge and movements.