Facebook has removed several videos uploaded to its video sharing app, Facetime, due to copyright violations, reports Breitbart News.
A screenshot posted by Facebook on Tuesday showed the removal of a video uploaded by a user on November 22, 2017, that was uploaded on October 4, 2017.
Facebook said that the video uploaded on November 20, 2017 was in violation of its terms of service and copyright.
“These videos have been removed for violating our Community Guidelines.
If you believe you have a video that is in violation, please email [email protected] for further assistance,” Facebook said.
The video that was removed is called “Love and Fondness.”
The video shows the actor Belle Delphine wearing a red, white and blue bikini top.
Delphines husband, George Floyd, performs the song, “Love You” at the opening of a concert in Los Angeles on October 20, 2018.
“Love you Belle, and I love you too,” the singer says in the video.
Delphiine, who is married to actor George Flohard, performs on the stage during the 2018 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
In September 2017, Delphiines husband George Floyds death was announced on Facebook after Delphiides death was revealed in a video posted by a woman claiming to be a friend of Delphiis.
The woman claimed that Delphi and her friend George Floddys bodyguard, Chris Riddell, were killed by the pair after the woman, who identified herself as a friend, allegedly saw a “dark, malevolent force” inside Floyd’s car.
In response to the incident, Facebook removed the post from its newsfeed and issued a community apology.
“We take this matter extremely seriously.
We’ve removed the video from our community pages.
We’re investigating how this happened,” Facebook told the Daily Dot.
“There is no evidence of copyright violations in this video and we’re reviewing the situation to see if there is any additional evidence that might help us determine whether to take action.
We are working closely with law enforcement to make sure that these types of videos don’t happen again.”
In August, Facebook said it had removed more than 100 videos from the platform due to infringement, including one that appeared to show an actor performing oral sex on a girl who was on a cruise ship.
The company said that these videos were flagged as “violations of Facebook’s Community Guidelines,” which prohibit content that “promotes, glorifies or glorifies hate, violence, discrimination, or other harmful behavior.”
Facebook added that it was reviewing the removal process and would review the removal action taken against the videos.
“This is an ongoing process and we’ve taken action on a number of videos,” Facebook spokesperson Emily Egan said in an email to the Daily Dream.
“The videos have all been removed from our News Feed and will not be re-published.
As soon as we can, we will provide an update.”
A spokesperson for Delphi is not available for comment.
“It is not our policy to remove videos from Facebook because they violate our Community guidelines.
We do this because it’s the right thing to do and it protects our community from harm,” the spokesperson told Breitbart News on Tuesday.
“In the rare instance when someone breaks Facebook’s guidelines and tries to post content on their own, we take swift action and remove the video and the person’s account.”
The spokesperson added that the company was looking into the removal from its community pages of Delphies video.
“Facebook does not endorse or endorse these videos and does not know what they are doing, nor do we condone their content,” the representative said.
Delpheme has had a busy 2017, appearing in numerous movie and television productions.
Her husband was in the running for Best Actor at the 2018 Golden Globes for his role as Tony Stark in Iron Man 3, and in 2018, she played the role of Eloise in a remake of the hit series How I Met Your Mother.
Her son, Alex Delphi, played the title role in the Netflix series Grace and Frankie, and he has also starred in several films including the upcoming film, A.C.I.A. The film has been released worldwide.