It was discovered over the weekend that Gina Carano’s Twitter account was hidden and labelled 'sensitive content.' Searches on Twitter did not immediately display Carano’s account.
Users of the tech giant's platform who either did not follow the actress or previously chose to have potentially sensitive material marked by the platform were shown a disclaimer which read "Caution: This profile may include potentially sensitive content," when attempting to view Carano’s timeline.
Twitter’s support page in their Sensitive Media Policy said that the warning is attached to accounts which share "violent, hateful, or adult content within areas that are highly visible on Twitter," but the actress is not known to have shared any such content.
The actress was possibly labelled under Twitter’s "hateful" content restrictions, which prohibits sharing "any logo, symbol, or image that has the intention to promote hostility against people on the basis of race, religious affiliation, disability, sexual orientation, gender/gender identity or ethnicity/national origin."
Carano posted a selfie in response to the warning with a caption that read "*sensitive content*."
The former MMA fighter turned actress was fired by Disney/Lucasfilm from her role on The Mandalorian after she shared a now deleted Instagram story of a picture of a Jewish woman being persecuted by Nazis and had the accompanying text, "Jews were beaten in the streets, not by Nazi soldiers but by their neighbors … even by children. Because history is edited, most people today don’t realize that to get to the point where Nazi soldiers could easily round up thousands of Jews, the government first made their own neighbors hate them simply for being Jews. How is that any different from hating someone for their political views."
This had followed the actress posting several conservative leaning social media posts each of which led to leftist Twitter pundits calling for the actress to be fired. Following her termination Carano was also dumped by her talent agency before inking a deal with the Daily Wire to make a movie.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, "Lucasfilm planned to unveil Carano as the star of her own show during a December investor's day presentation but scrapped those plans following her November tweets. Multiple Mandalorian spinoffs are in the works from executive producers Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, including Rangers of the New Republic, which could have potentially starred Carano."
Carano has since said, "Expecting everyone you encounter to agree with every belief or view you hold is f***ing wild." Carano has also starred in multiple other tentpole franchises including Deadpool and The Fast and The Furious.