Aussie model Gabrielle Epstein goes for a night swim in a tiny micro bikini 

Gabrielle Epstein is certainly a free spirit. 

The LA-based Aussie model, 27, unleashed her inner wild child on Wednesday as she stripped down for a late-night beach photo shoot.

She left almost nothing to the imagination as she frolicked on the sand in a tiny micro bikini with barely there G-string bottoms.

She’s a free spirit! Gabrielle Epstein unleashed her inner wild child on Wednesday as she stripped down for a late-night beach photo shoot

She captioned the gallery of photos on Instagram: ‘Night swim.’ 

The OnlyFans star’s ‘less is more’ approach to fashion often gets her in trouble with Instagram’s anti-nudity police. 

And she was censored by the Facebook-owned platform yet again last Tuesday after sharing a photo of herself that was apparently ‘too naked’.

Daring: The LA-based Aussie model left almost nothing to the imagination as she frolicked on the sand in a tiny micro bikini with barely there G-string bottoms

Daring: The LA-based Aussie model left almost nothing to the imagination as she frolicked on the sand in a tiny micro bikini with barely there G-string bottoms

She told her followers an image she posted to her back-up account – which features more racy content than her main account – was removed because it supposedly violated Instagram’s community guidelines.

She posted a comparatively tame gallery of photos of herself in a white lace bra and sweatpants, and wrote in the caption: ‘Hi, Instagram removed my pic this morning because I was too naked (what’s new?) so here is this instead.’

While it’s unclear why Instagram took steps to remove Gabrielle’s earlier post, the image may have been reported by a user or alternatively it could have been flagged by an algorithm that detects nudity. 

Removed: It comes after the OnlyFans star was censored by Instagram yet again last Tuesday after sharing a photo of herself that was apparently 'too naked'

Removed: It comes after the OnlyFans star was censored by Instagram yet again last Tuesday after sharing a photo of herself that was apparently ‘too naked’

'What's new?' She said an image she posted to her back-up account was removed because it supposedly violated Instagram's community guidelines

‘What’s new?’ She said an image she posted to her back-up account was removed because it supposedly violated Instagram’s community guidelines

Instagram’s community guidelines state: ‘For a variety of reasons, we don’t allow nudity on Instagram. This includes photos, videos and some digitally created content that show sexual intercourse, genitals and close-ups of fully nude buttocks.

‘It also includes some photos of female nipples, but photos in the context of breastfeeding, birth giving and after-birth moments, health-related situations (for example, post-mastectomy, breast cancer awareness or gender confirmation surgery) or an act of protest are allowed.

‘Nudity in photos of paintings and sculptures is okay, too.’

Wet T-shirt contest! It comes after Gabrielle turned heads last Wednesday as she hit the beach in a soaking wet crop top and very skimpy bikini bottoms

Wet T-shirt contest! It comes after Gabrielle turned heads last Wednesday as she hit the beach in a soaking wet crop top and very skimpy bikini bottoms

Earlier this month, Gabrielle turned heads as she hit the beach in a soaking wet crop top and very skimpy bikini bottoms.

She left almost nothing to the imagination in the see-through white T-shirt, which featured a retro Fanta logo from the early ’90s.

The drenched top offered a generous glimpse of underboob and drew attention to Gabrielle’s impressively lean abs. 

Throwback: She left almost nothing to the imagination in the see-through white T-shirt, which featured a retro Fanta logo from the early '90s

Throwback: She left almost nothing to the imagination in the see-through white T-shirt, which featured a retro Fanta logo from the early ’90s

She appeared to be one sudden move from a wardrobe malfunction as she struck a series of poses by the ocean.

Meanwhile, her bottoms offered hardly any coverage at all and were pulled up perilously high on her hips.

Gabrielle’s Instagram followers were stunned by her raunchy ensemble, with one commenting: ‘Why do I all of a sudden have the thirst for Fanta?’

‘Unreal,’ another added, while a third wrote, ‘Geeeee willikers Batman.’

Flawless: The drenched top offered a generous glimpse of underboob and drew attention to Gabrielle's impressively lean abs

Flawless: The drenched top offered a generous glimpse of underboob and drew attention to Gabrielle’s impressively lean abs

Cheeky display: Her bottoms offered hardly any coverage at all and were pulled up perilously high on her hips

Cheeky display: Her bottoms offered hardly any coverage at all and were pulled up perilously high on her hips

In November, Gabrielle fired back at critics who said her photos were ‘too explicit’.

Speaking to Maxim, she called out the ‘toxic double standard’ between how men and women are treated differently on Instagram.

‘There are plenty of photos of men without their shirts on showing their nipples but the fact that mine can be covered and a photo still gets removed creates a very toxic double standard,’ she said.

Defiant: In November, Gabrielle fired back at critics who said her photos were 'too explicit'

Defiant: In November, Gabrielle fired back at critics who said her photos were ‘too explicit’ 

‘We are all human, we are all born with bodies and we should not be taught to be ashamed of how they look in a natural state.’

She said she’d turned to OnlyFans to get around Instagram’s censorship.

‘I also feel like I can be more of myself on OnlyFans,’ she explained.

‘To me showing my body isn’t about me being objectified; it’s about me feeling confident, powerful and beautiful in my own skin.’

Double standards: 'There are plenty of photos of men without their shirts on showing their nipples but the fact that mine can be covered and a photo still gets removed creates a very toxic double standard,' she told Maxim

Double standards: ‘There are plenty of photos of men without their shirts on showing their nipples but the fact that mine can be covered and a photo still gets removed creates a very toxic double standard,’ she told Maxim

Gabrielle’s statements come after Instagram removed one of her pictures due to claims of ‘sexual solicitation’.

In September, she was frustrated to learn her post breached community guidelines.

She uploaded a screenshot of an alert she’d received telling her a naked photo had been deleted because it breached ‘adult sexual solicitation’ rules.

Confident: 'To me showing my body isn’t about me being objectified, it’s about me feeling confident, powerful and beautiful in my own skin,' she explained

Confident: ‘To me showing my body isn’t about me being objectified, it’s about me feeling confident, powerful and beautiful in my own skin,’ she explained

It wasn’t the first time she’d had content removed by Instagram, with the blonde bombshell commenting: ‘@instagram here we go again.’

‘You can’t even see ANYTHING what is going on,’ she added.

The supposedly offensive photo showed a naked Gabrielle lying on a white sheet while propping herself up on her elbows.

Prior to finding fame as an adult model, Gabrielle was a competitive swimmer and ambassador for fitness brands.

Removed: Gabrielle's statements come after Instagram removed one of her pictures due to claims of 'sexual solicitation'

Removed: Gabrielle’s statements come after Instagram removed one of her pictures due to claims of ‘sexual solicitation’

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