Kinsley Wolanski, the woman who streaked during the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur appears to have been suspended by Instagram after being hacked.
Wolanski, who is the girlfriend of popular YouTuber prankster Vitaly Zdorovetskiy made international headlines on June 1 after breaking through security at the Champions League final in Madrid, Spain and getting on to the pitch.
Wearing a black, high-cut one-piece swimsuit, she ran into the center-circle and disrupted the early goings of the match. Even though broadcasters usually cut away from pitch invaders, Wolanski managed to get in direct view of the cameras and show off her ‘Vitaly Uncensored’ advertisement before being removed from the stadium by security.
As a result of the stunt, which was pulled off in front of over 60,000 fans at the game and a worldwide audience of millions, Wolanski had seen her social media following grow exponentially. Her account gained over two million followers overnight following the stunt and Wolanski had been closing in on 3 million followers.
However, her account has since disappeared from Instagram. It is not clear exactly when the account was taken down by the platform as it was still live during the early parts of June 2.
Wolanski took to Twitter to explain that the account had been taken down after she was hacked. Unfortunately for her legion of new followers, she did not reveal if she was in contact with Instagram about getting the account unsuspended.
Despite that, it was clearly a successful night for the YouTube couple as they made headlines and got their new website in-front of a global audience – even though it has landed them in trouble already.
Vitaly, despite being banned from football stadiums around the world, even got into the game himself. The YouTuber took a seat amongst the sea of English fans and watched on, proudly, as his girlfriend replicated his stunt from the 2014 World Cup finals.
Vitaly has yet to comment himself on Kinsey’s suspension from Instagram but this post will be updated as and when new details become available.
This article was last updated on Sunday June 2 at 10:38 AM EST.