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YouTube unbans steamy Kate Upton video

2012-05-03 15:21
 
Kate Upton
Cape Town – Video sharing website YouTube have reneged on an earlier decision to ban a steamy dance video of swimwear model Kate Upton, reports The Daily Beast.

The video, directed by photographer Terry Richardson, and features Kate dancing the "Cat Daddy", a new dance move made popular by rappers Rej3ctz, while wearing a skimpy bikini.

According to the Daily Beast, the video was banned after it broke the company's community guidelines.

"YouTube is not for pornography or is not for pornography or sexually explicit content," said a company spokesperson.

'Siphoning off viewers'

However, the Daily Beast claims YouTube's decision to undo their ban came about after they realised another video sharing website was "siphoning off" viewers, as the video re-appeared on Youtube after Richardson posted it on competitor Vimeo's website.

"With the massive volume of videos on our site, sometimes we make the wrong call," the spokesperson told the Daily Beast.

"When it's brought to our attention that a video has been removed mistakenly, we act quickly to reinstate it."

A spokesperson for Kate Upton said: "The video is just Kate being Kate. YouTube is a great company and we respect whatever their decision is on this."

Kate, in turn, linked the video to her Twitter account and wrote, "MY Cat Daddy!!! directed by Terry Richardson…haha."

The video and other raunchy pictures were shot behind the scenes of the May issue of US magazine, Harper's Bazaar.

Watch Kate Upton's sexy video here:


- Channel24

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