Kellyanne Conway, a former Donald Trump campaign and White House aid, continues to have a Twitter — even after her account posted a nude photo of her underage daughter, Claudia Conway.
The photo was posted as a fleet, or, Twitter’s version of Instagram stories — which automatically expire after one day.
And while the photo was quickly deleted, quite a number of people on Twitter both viewed and reported it to the company. Kellyanne Conway currently has 3.3 million followers.
It is not clear when or even if Twitter will take any further action.
Twitter states how it has a “zero-tolerance child sexual exploitation policy,” regardless of the intent of viewing, sharing, or linking to child sexual abuse images.
“In the majority of cases, the consequence for violating our child sexual exploitation policy is immediate and permanent suspension,” the policy says.
Twitter additionally bans nude images shared nonconsensually on the site.
In New Jersey, possession of child sexual abuse images is illegal and punishable by up to five years in prison, as well as being added to a sex offender registry.
Early Tuesday morning, Claudia posted a TikTok revealing how she will be stepping away from social media to work on her relationship with her family.
Claudia then insisted the statement was not forced despite also posting a now-deleted TikTok saying that if she ever took an absence from social media, it would not be her choice.
“I have faith and I know that my mother would never put something like that on the internet, as well as me,” Claudia states in the clip. “We would never do that. My mom and I always fight like mothers and daughters, but we also love like mothers and daughters. And I do love her.”
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