What we do know about what happened to her followers is that she has deleted all her Instagram accounts from her account, deleted her account on Instagram, and that her accounts have been taken offline.
She was also removed from the Twitter and Facebook accounts for which she had a verified account.
A screenshot of her Instagram profile shows that her Twitter profile is inactive.
In addition, Damelio is no longer on Instagram’s platform, according to the New York Post.
She also deleted the social media accounts of her employees and friends, as well as her Facebook and Instagram accounts.
The New York Daily News reported that Damelo has “admitted” to the hack.
“I deleted my account, and I deleted all my accounts from Instagram.
I’m not going to get into what happened, but I’m sorry,” Damelios tweeted in a later statement.
“I’m not apologizing for what happened.”
Dillon Damelius, the CEO of Instagram, tweeted that the account is now back online.
Damel’s followers were not harmed.
The incident comes just two days after Instagram announced that it was investigating an issue with one of its accounts.
It also comes amid heightened scrutiny over the company’s use of algorithmic and other automated accounts to track user behavior.
In a statement to CNN, Instagram said it was aware of a “serious and longstanding issue” with one or more of its Instagram accounts that could have been caused by a “malicious or malicious actor” who used its algorithm to “target our users in a targeted and manipulative manner.”
It said it is “committed to protecting our users and is working to address this issue and to ensure that it never happens again.”
Dillons Instagram account was hacked on April 14, 2018.
It was removed from Instagram’s social media network on April 16, 2018, according.
It has since been taken down again.