Tash Peterson: Infamous bikini-wearing vegan activist disappears from Instagram after posting racy photo
Australian vegan activist Tash Peterson has been mysteriously kicked off Instagram.
The Perth-based star’s account, @vganbooty, disappeared from the social media site on Monday and her 22,000 followers were unable to view her content.
When directed to her account on the Instagram website, the page error reads: “Sorry, this page is unavailable.”
The vegan OnlyFans star seems to still be active on other social media apps, however, as she recently posted on X and Facebook.
Tash traveled with her boyfriend Jack Higgs to Norway and she recently posted a photo of them watching the Northern Lights.
Australian vegan activist Tash Peterson (pictured) was mysteriously kicked off Instagram
“Wood-fired pizza without the Northern Lights and without animal abuse on a vegan permaculture farm,” she wrote.
Her last racy photo shared with
Tash made headlines a few months ago when she was handed a 12-month ban from entering any premises serving alcohol after being involved in an ugly exchange with chef John Mountain in his restaurant Fyre in Perth on June 30 and July 8.
The Perth-based star’s account, @vganbooty, disappeared from the social network on Monday and her 22,000 followers were unable to view her content.
Tash travels with her boyfriend Jack Higgs to Norway
She later released shocking footage of her burning a police notice banning her from all pubs and restaurants in Western Australia.
John had banned vegans from his restaurant, prompting Tash to stage protests outside his restaurant.
She disturbed the diners by playing a loud sound of squealing pigs while shouting about the “animal apocalypse.”
“I no longer comply, I do not accept this formal notice,” declared the model and vegan protester, before burning a piece of paper.
Tash gained national fame through her racy public protests
Tash also connects her OnlyFans handle to her other social media accounts
In doing so, Tash not only rejected the police order, originally issued by Joondalup Police, but she also challenged the authority of WA’s justice system.
“I will continue to patronize restaurants and venues with liquor licenses if they profit from it and serve animal abuse, torture, slavery and murder,” she said.
“No one can stop me from shining a light on the greatest holocaust in history, in which billions of non-human people are brutally murdered simply for human pleasure.”
In the clip she posted on her social media, she said the notice was “a complete abuse of the law.”
“This notice is intended for disorderly, drunk and violent people and not for animal rights activists.
Tash was handed a 12-month ban from entering any premises serving alcohol after being involved in an ugly exchange with chef John Mountain at his Perth restaurant Fyre on June 30 and July 8.
“They are using it to try to silence me, to prevent me from shedding light on the animal holocaust in many places.”
John is now suing Tash for defamation, claiming she trashed his business online and harassed his diners during angry protests.
Countless social media posts combined with in-person protests at his restaurant left him with no other options, he said. A current affair last week.
“I constantly receive daily death threats and horrible emails and it’s just too much,” John said.
John lived in Australia for seven years after arriving from Britain where he was a celebrity chef who shared an agent with culinary superstar Jamie Oliver. He has also appeared on the cooking shows Great British Menu and Chef Race UK v US.
Perth chef John Mountain sues vegan activist Tash Peterson for defamation