One Twitter user explained: “The kink isn’t the problem, it’s the fact that it’s posted on public social media without any warnings, tags or censorship. Posting blurred or censored images with ‘click here to see more’ is different than ‘hey surprise watch me get raped!'”
Another added: “It needs a content warning so that abuse survivors can avoid it. It’s just not right to put it on a twitter this big. If people want to see that they can look for it.”
In a statement provided to LADbible, Delphine said she would not be apologising for the post.