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Model Gabrielle Epstein goes underwear-free in a thigh-split cocktail dress

Gabrielle Epstein isn’t exactly known for her subtlety when it comes to fashion. 

And the LA-based Aussie model, 27, looked like a bona fide sex kitten on Tuesday when she poured her curves into a very revealing cocktail dress.

The OnlyFans star put on an eye-popping display in the slinky black number from PrettyLittleThing, which featured daring cut-outs across the chest.

Would you wear this on a date night? Gabrielle Epstein looked like a bona fide sex kitten on Tuesday when she poured her curves into a very revealing cocktail dress

In addition to showing off plenty of underboob, she also flashed a glimpse of thigh courtesy of the frock’s perilously high leg split.

She went underwear-free for the occasion, putting herself at the risk of a wardrobe malfunction, and accessorised with a racy pair of evening gloves. 

Gabrielle was censored by Instagram last week for posting a nude photo that violated the website’s rules on ‘sexual solicitation’.

Dare to bare: The OnlyFans star put on an eye-popping display in the slinky black number from PrettyLittleThing, which featured daring cut-outs across the chest

Dare to bare: The OnlyFans star put on an eye-popping display in the slinky black number from PrettyLittleThing, which featured daring cut-outs across the chest

She responded to the strike by sharing a series of defiant snaps in which she flaunted her jaw-dropping figure in a sparkly navy bikini.

The titillating images were taken in a luxury pool area, and drew attention to Gabrielle’s ample cleavage and slim waist.

She didn’t caption the pictures, instead letting her incredible body do the talking.  

Stunning: Gabrielle was censored by Instagram last week for posting a nude photo that violated the website's rules on 'sexual solicitation'. She responded to the strike by sharing a series of defiant snaps in which she flaunted her jaw-dropping figure in a sparkly navy bikini

Stunning: Gabrielle was censored by Instagram last week for posting a nude photo that violated the website’s rules on ‘sexual solicitation’. She responded to the strike by sharing a series of defiant snaps in which she flaunted her jaw-dropping figure in a sparkly navy bikini

Bottoms up: The blonde held a bottle of liquor while posing next to an ornate hot tub

Bottoms up: The blonde held a bottle of liquor while posing next to an ornate hot tub 

It came a day after she had her raunchy post deleted by the Facebook-owned platform for violating the its community guidelines. 

Gabrielle shared a screenshot of the automated alert she’d received from Instagram telling her the photo had been removed.

Instagram broadly defines ‘adult sexual solicitation’ as any content that allows users to ‘facilitate, encourage or coordinate sexual activity’.

This includes pornography, ‘erotic messages’, offering or asking for sex or nude images, use of ‘sexualised slang’ and ‘language that describes sex or arousal’. 

She laughed off the slap on the wrist by writing ‘LOL’ next to the screenshot. 

Censored: Gabrielle was accused of 'sexual solicitation' after posting a fully nude photo

Censored: Gabrielle was accused of ‘sexual solicitation’ after posting a fully nude photo

Alert: She shared this screenshot of the automated alert she'd received from Instagram telling her the photo had been removed. Instagram broadly defines 'adult sexual solicitation' as any content that allows users to 'facilitate, encourage or coordinate sexual activity'

Alert: She shared this screenshot of the automated alert she’d received from Instagram telling her the photo had been removed. Instagram broadly defines ‘adult sexual solicitation’ as any content that allows users to ‘facilitate, encourage or coordinate sexual activity’

The socialite’s ‘less is more’ approach to fashion often gets her in trouble with Instagram’s anti-nudity police. 

She was censored by the social media giant yet again earlier this month after sharing a photo of herself that was apparently ‘too naked’.

She told her followers an image she’d posted to her back-up account – which features more racy content than her main account – was removed because it supposedly violated Instagram’s community guidelines.

She posted a comparatively tame gallery of photos of herself in a white lace bra and sweatpants, and wrote in the caption: ‘Hi, Instagram removed my pic this morning because I was too naked (what’s new?) so here is this instead.’

While it’s unclear why Instagram took steps to remove Gabrielle’s post, the image may have been reported by a user or alternatively it could have been flagged by an algorithm that detects nudity. 

Removed: It comes after the blonde bombshell was censored by Instagram yet again earlier this month after sharing a photo of herself that was apparently 'too naked'

Removed: It comes after the blonde bombshell was censored by Instagram yet again earlier this month after sharing a photo of herself that was apparently ‘too naked’

'What's new?' She said an image she'd posted to her back-up account was removed because it supposedly violated Instagram's community guidelines

‘What’s new?’ She said an image she’d posted to her back-up account was removed because it supposedly violated Instagram’s community guidelines

Instagram’s community guidelines state: ‘For a variety of reasons, we don’t allow nudity on Instagram. This includes photos, videos and some digitally created content that show sexual intercourse, genitals and close-ups of fully nude buttocks.

‘It also includes some photos of female nipples, but photos in the context of breastfeeding, birth giving and after-birth moments, health-related situations (for example, post-mastectomy, breast cancer awareness or gender confirmation surgery) or an act of protest are allowed.

‘Nudity in photos of paintings and sculptures is okay, too.’

Drenched: Gabrielle isn't exactly known for her subtlety when it comes to fashion

Drenched: Gabrielle isn’t exactly known for her subtlety when it comes to fashion

In November, Gabrielle fired back at critics who said her photos were ‘too explicit’.

Speaking to Maxim, she called out the ‘toxic double standard’ between how men and women are treated differently on Instagram.

‘There are plenty of photos of men without their shirts on showing their nipples but the fact that mine can be covered and a photo still gets removed creates a very toxic double standard,’ she said.

‘We are all human, we are all born with bodies and we should not be taught to be ashamed of how they look in a natural state.’ 

Defiant: In November, Gabrielle fired back at critics who said her photos were 'too explicit'

Defiant: In November, Gabrielle fired back at critics who said her photos were ‘too explicit’ 

She said she’d turned to OnlyFans to get around Instagram’s censorship.

‘I also feel like I can be more of myself on OnlyFans,’ she explained.

‘To me showing my body isn’t about me being objectified; it’s about me feeling confident, powerful and beautiful in my own skin.’

Prior to finding fame as an adult model, Gabrielle was a competitive swimmer and ambassador for fitness brands. 

Double standards: 'There are plenty of photos of men without their shirts on showing their nipples but the fact that mine can be covered and a photo still gets removed creates a very toxic double standard,' she told Maxim

Double standards: ‘There are plenty of photos of men without their shirts on showing their nipples but the fact that mine can be covered and a photo still gets removed creates a very toxic double standard,’ she told Maxim


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