Rihanna isn't the only celeb that's too hot for Instagram! 22-year-old Scout Willis, middle daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, recently lost her account due to policies that she calls hypocritical. She first started railing against the social network on May 20 via Twitter, showing off the photo that she believes (NSFW warning: link contains lady-nipples) sparked the deletion: A picture of a sweatshirt with a print of two topless women on it. This week, she's taking it to the next level, with a series of Twitter photos of her walking around topless in New York City.

One photo (NSFW link) posted yesterday shows Scout head-on walking down a New York street, with the caption, "What @Instagram won't let you see #FreeTheNipple."

Credit: Scout Willis on Twitter Photo: Scout Willis Strolls Topless Down an NYC Street

Another shows Scout scoping out some flowers at a sidewalk market, still topless. "Legal in NYC but not on @instagram," she says.


Credit: Scout Willis on Twitter Photo: Scout Willis Topless in NYC

It's not just about walking around topless, Scout says in response to another Twitter user. "It has nothing to do with me posting nudes on Instagram," she posts. It's about the basic hypocrisy about what is and isn't allowed."

"Violence, drugs, and the general degradation of women is OK," she says in the same conversation, "but areola is 100% taboo. That's why I am mad."

Looking at some of her tweets, she may have a point. She brings up a couple of examples of tweets from venture capitalist Dan Bilzerian, which are arguably more sexually explicit than anything she posted, but still remain on the site. One post (NSFW link) shows Dan sitting naked on a motorcycle with two scantily-clad women, one with a censor dot over her nipple, and the caption, "You people may think it's easy to ride motorcycles around the house butt naked and f—k big titty broads… well, it's not, but… #IDoItForThePeople."

Without pointing to examples, she alleges that Instagram also allows people to post photos of blatant drug use. "Like people are legitimately selling heroin on @instagram but photos of breasts are just too too much for this world," she posted on May 20. Scout also takes issue with the fact that breast cancer survivors' photos are being deleted from the site while sexually explicit photos remain.

Perhaps as part of her protest, the actress and costume designer recently changed her Twitter profile picture to Rihanna's racy Lui cover — fitting, since shots from the magazine's shoot were posted to Rihanna's Instagram right before it was deleted. She linked to another recent Instagram-related controversy: Plus-size woman Meghan Tonjes's covered butt prompting an account deletion, while similar pictures of smaller-sized women run rampant on the site. Instagram has since apologized for that incident.

For the record, Instagram's Terms of Service read, "You may not post violent, nude, partially nude, discriminatory, unlawful, infringing, hateful, pornographic or sexually suggestive photos or other content via the Service."

What do you think of Scout's tactics? Do you think Instagram needs to change their policies, too? Let us know your thoughts below!


Credit: AOL Photo: Demi Moore's Daughter Walks Around Topless (VIDEO)