Supermodel and host Chrissy Teigen shared a topless snap on Instagram on Monday, but it was quickly taken down twice. So, she reposted it with some creative alterations...
Here it is as a "pencil sketch."
And the "colored pencil" version.
But pretty soon, the three new pictures were taken down as well. People on social media began protesting, saying they were team Teigen.
Teigen originally posted the photo of the snap from a W Magazine shoot on Monday afternoon, and it lasted a few hours. After it was removed, Teigen wrote she was "back to dog photos."
But promised she wouldn't be silenced for long.
To the delight of her fans, including fellow model Brooklyn Decker.
She then posted the pic again on Monday night. The new Instagram got hundreds of likes instantly.
After her second Instagram was deleted, she posted a picture of a grumpy cat, and began posting the "new and improved" versions of the picture.
The photo was taken during a shoot she did with other models for W magazine.
The photo-sharing app has a rather convoluted policy on how much boob you can show in pictures, which one YouTube user pointed out in a video last month.
It's also been criticized for banning users, such as Miley Cyrus and Scout Willis, for posting nipple photos. Willis was so mad about it, she popularized a campaign called #FreetheNipple. Other celebrities and Instagram users soon joined in.
Some people on social media said the saga is proof women are held to unreasonable standards on Instagram.
Chrissy Teigen's name is spelled thusly. An earlier version of this post misspelled her name.