Fans of Olivia Dunne got scared for a moment after her TikTok account strangely disappeared before re-emerging on the platform. What might have happened to Olivia’s TikTok account?
Was she hacked? The New York Post got more;
Olivia Dunne’s fans were lost without her TikTok after her account apparently disappeared on Wednesday.
The star LSU gymnast — who boasts over seven million followers on TikTok — took to Twitter in the early morning hours to address widespread concern from fans that noticed “weird” activity on her account before it went down.
“It’s a glitch,” Dunne tweeted in response to one person who said she deleted and unpinned a lot of her videos. “Idk what’s wrong with my account right now.”
The 20-year-old Dunne also reposted a tweet by someone who wrote: “Tom Brady retires and Livvy Dunne’s TikTok gets banned. Truly is a sad day in America.”
As of Wednesday afternoon, Dunne’s TikTok account was back up. Her latest post, which was uploaded on Tuesday, included footage of her performing on the uneven bars at LSU’s training facility.
She also shared the videos to her Instagram story on Tuesday, writing, “Getting back in the swing of things.”
The New Jersey native, who is a junior on a four-year athletic scholarship at LSU, has been sidelined with a torn labrum in her lower left leg.
Last month, Dunne appeared on “The Today Show,” where she discussed her seven-figure income from brand deals and NIL, as well as the massive fan presence at the Tigers’ season-opener against Utah in Salt Lake City.
Several of Dunne’s fans showed up to the Jon M. Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City, where teenage boys held signs requesting photos and social media follows from the gymnast. The crowd sparked a police presence and reporters at the event described the scene as being “scary and disturbing.”
Following the LSU-Utah meet, Dunne addressed the behavior from fans in a tweet, asking supporters to “be respectful of the other gymnasts and the gymnastics community.”
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