CHARLOTTE Dawson was slapped on the wrist again for breaking advertising rules on Instagram.
A guard dog has been added Charlotte, 29on her naughty list for “repeatedly failing to disclose advertising on her social media.”
The reality star joins three other influencers including Charlotte Crosby who was named and shamed by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) a few weeks ago.
Influencers are expected to let users know if they’re being paid to feature products in posts by clearly using something like #ad in the caption.
It’s not the first time the mother-of-a-child has been snubbed for what she posts on Instagram.
Over the past year, several of her posts have been blocked despite repeated warnings.
She was caught doing her own publicity Dawsylicious Tanning product without making clear that it is marketing.
At the time, her rep said she didn’t think it needed to be labeled as an ad because it was her own product.
Rule breakers are kept on the list for three months.
Tyne-Lexy Clarson and Scotty T were put on it in December – and have remained so to this day.
Their positions are subject to increased scrutiny to determine whether they meet the regulator’s standards.
In January, angry officials went a step further.
They started running their own ads on Instagram Exposing six stars for not sorting it.
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