If you’ve ever seen a dating app profile with photos of a Hollywood star, you probably thought it was a fake. But it turns out that this is not always the case. This weekend, Laundromat star Sharon Stone revealed on Twitter that Bumble had suspended his account because many users did not think it was the real deal.
“I went to the @bumble dating site and they closed my account. “Some users have reported that it couldn’t be me!” Tweeted the Oscar nominee on Sunday evening. “Hey @bumble, am I being excluded? ????????♀️ Don’t close the hive ????”
There can only be one stone. It looks like our users thought you were too good to be true. We have made sure that you will no longer be blocked. We hope everyone in our community takes a second to verify their profile. (Catherine Tramell of Basic Instinct gets a pass today!)
– Bumble (@bumble) December 30, 2019
Stone included a screenshot of the Bumble message that appeared when she tried to log into her account. The message included the title “You’ve been blocked” and the memo explained that they were determined to keep Bumble safe.
The Bumble memo went on to say that they had to apply certain rules when their values were violated, and they were forced to block Stone’s account because they had received several reports of the bogus profile.
Shortly after Stone’s tweet, Bumble’s editorial director Clare O’Connor responded by saying they were “in the business.”
“Trust us, we * definitely * want you to be in the hive. We will answer you as soon as possible. ???? ”wrote O’Connor.
It didn’t take long for Bumble to find and unlock Stone’s account. O’Connor again posted that they had resolved the situation and that the 61-year-old actress could “return to Bumbling”. O’Connor also thanked Stone for accompanying them, and she hoped the actress would find “honey.” “
Oh no, @sharonstone! Editorial director @Bumble here. We are on the case. Trust us, we want you * definitely * in the hive. We will answer you as soon as possible. ????
– Clare O’Connor (@Clare_OC) December 30, 2019
Bumble’s official Twitter account was also involved, and they couldn’t help but mention the iconic role of Stone by Catherine Tramell of the Basic Instinct in 1992.
“There can only be one stone,” the Bumble account tweeted. “It looks like our users thought you were too good to be true. We have made sure that you will no longer be blocked. “
The tweet continued by telling everyone in their community to take a second and check their profile, but Catherine Tramell is getting a pass today.
Stone is the single mother of three sons: Roan Joseph, 19, Laird Vonne, 14, and Quinn Kelly, 13. She told People magazine in October 2018 that she had given up on finding someone to share her life with, and not hoping for a father figure for her boys was stimulating.
Sharon Stone also spoke about the right to be powerful in the form of sexuality you choose during her speech at last month’s GQ Men of the Year Awards in Berlin, Germany. Stone won the Woman of the Year award, and she recreated her iconic Basic Instinct scene while telling the audience that her dignity had been “hard won” after being “a joke” for so many years.