Sharon Stone blocked from dating app Bumble after users reported profile as fake

Fake celebrity profiles on major dating apps are common. Actress Sharon Stone revealed on Twitter today that her profile on Bumble is indeed real.

“Don’t shut me out of the hive,” Stone wrote on Twitter after Bumble suspended her account because other users reported it as being a fake.

Bumble's editorial director, Clare O'Connor, reached out to Stone on Twitter, writing that Bumble was working on restoring her account. "Trust us, we *definitely* want you in the Hive," O'Connor wrote.

Within a few hours, it was announced on Bumble's main Twitter account that Stone's account was once again active and they had taken steps to make sure she wouldn't be blocked again.

Meanwhile, fans found it refreshing that the actress was looking for love on the dating app. Stone has been married twice, according to CNN. She is a single mother to three teenage sons, People reported.

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