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25 February 2013, 15:24
The 'Girl Gone Wild' singer has been warned about violating the photo-sharing website's guidelines.
Madonna has shared a letter from Instagram warning her that they could "disable" her account after claiming she had "violated" some of their Community Guidelines with her posts.
The 'Give Me All Your Lovin' singer, who only joined the network at the end of 2012 and has posted less than 20 images, revealed the entire email she received on her Instagram account, which asked her not to "share photos that aren't yours" or post pictures that "show nudity or mature content".
"Hello Madonna, It has come to our attention that your account on Instagram has violated our Community Guidelines," the letter reads. "In short we ask that you don't share photos that aren't yours, don't share photos that show nudity or mature content.
"Don't share photos or illegal content, don't share photos that attack an individual or group," the letter continues. "It is important to note that continuing to violate them may result in a disabled account, or discontinued access to Instagram, without warning."
Check out a picture of Madonna posted on her Instagram account below (Credit: Instagram):
Neither the warning email, or Madonna herself, have clarified which images are said to have violated the photo-sharing website's policy, although the 'Girl Gone Wild' star did post a picture of her cleavage and bottom earlier this month.
Madonna's 2012 'MDNA' world tour was announced as the highest grossing of 2012, taking over $296.1 million.