LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sharon Stone can now return to mingling on Bumble without being kicked off the dating app. A Bumble spokesperson said in a statement Monday that Stone’s profile has been restored after it was “mistakenly” blocked. The 61-year-old Golden Globe-winning actress said on Twitter the day before that Bumble closed her account and she asked, “Is being me exclusionary? Don’t shut me out of the hive.” https://twitter.com/sharonstone/status/1211521841417736193 Bumble apologized for the confusion… Read at AP News
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