Green Mile actor Doug Hutchison's teenage wife Courtney Stodden has been kicked off Facebook.
According to the 17-year-old's mother, Courtney gets a message saying she has been denied access due to 'inappropriate sexual conduct' when she tries to sign into the social networking site.
Krista Keller insists her daughter has been singled out by 'jealous' women, who she claims have reported racy photographs to the site's administrators.
Risque: Courtney Stodden has posted a racy photo and tweeted: 'Too sexy for Facebook?' after she was banned from the site for inappropriate sexual conduct
Keller says no naked photos were posted - but told E! News that female users are ganging up on Courtney because they are envious of how sexy she is.
Courtney has now posted a sexy snap on Twitter, with the message: 'Too sexy for Facebook?'.
She also linked to a news report detailing her Facebook booting - so is apparently not too averse to the publicity.
Garnering opinion: The 17-year-old, who married 51-year-old actor Doug Hutchison this summer, also linked to a news story about it
Courtney made headlines this summer after marrying 51-year-old Lost actor Doug when she was aged just 16.
Facebook has also pulled down some fan sites dedicated to her.
Rushing to her daughter's defence, Keller told E! News: 'It's the jealousy from the women towards her.
'The men love her, the women hate her. The women report the photo because it's so easy to do. You just click a button. They think she's too sexy, they all report her together, and it's done.'
Blushing bride: The couple engage in an affectionate public display poolside in Los Angeles last month
She continued: 'On any Facebook page, people can report it for inappropriate content.
'There is nothing on her page you wouldn't find anywhere on Facebook. She has never done any nudity. Not a breast, not even a butt cheek. It's just her in a bathing suit!'
Keller concluded: 'A lot of men and young girls love her page, but when the wives see their husbands on her page, they team up to get Courtney kicked off.
'When Facebook gets enough reports on one page, it locks her out.'
This is not the first time Courtney has been kicked off Facebook.
Keller says she has been denied access around eight to ten times before.
Speaking out: Courtney's mother Krista Keller, centre, says jealous female Facebook users reported her daughter to the site's administrators