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Britney Spears' Instagram account appears to have been taken down after a week of risqué snaps online.
When her loyal legion of fans searched for the hitmaker's account on the social media platform they were met with bizarre warnings on Monday morning.
The messages read: "Sorry, this page isn't available" and "User not found" while followers searched for the pop sensation on the app.
This comes days after the 39-year-old announced her engagement to her boyfriend Sam Asghari, 27.
Fans have began to question whether the blonde bombshell's racy videos and revealing snaps had possibly violated the app's Community Guidelines to explain her absence online.
Last Thursday the Hit Me Baby One More Time singer left little to the imagination when she sported a tiny black thong in her luxurious bathroom as she shared a snap of her peachy rear to her 33.9 million followers.
The star stood topless in her en suite bathroom with her blonde locks pulled up into a loose-fitting pony tail as she danced around wearing only her underwear.
Britney soon followed up the saucy snap with a video of her from behind as she swayed side to side which appeared to be in response to users who doubted that it was really her.
She captioned the jaw-dropping post: "Here's a video so you guys can see this is really my a**!!!!! No fillers or cover ups … it's the real deal !!!!
"Psss I shoot myself with a selfie stick and always will … it STAYS UP … it DOESN'T TALK BACK … and it's EXTREMELY RELIABLE!!!"
And that wasn't the only topless picture Britney shared that day, after she posted another snap as she held her breasts in a pair of tiny red hot boots teamed with a set of white bikini bottoms.
According to Instagram's guidelines, users must be "appropriate for a diverse audience" which includes minors.
The policy elaborates on the rule, explaining: "We know that there are times when people might want to share nude images that are artistic or creative in nature, but for a variety of reasons, we don't allow nudity on Instagram.
This includes content that shows "sexual intercourse, genitals, and close-ups of fully-nude buttocks" with some mine exceptions for female nipples in relation to breastfeeding, birth or "health-related situations."
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