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Sharon Stone Gets Locked Out Of Dating Site For Being Sharon Stone

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Betsy Rothstein Gossip blogger
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Sharon Stone, a Hollywood actress best known for uncrossing her legs in Basic Instinct, is learning that dating in 2019 is precarious for someone with her name. Bumble didn’t believe she was who she said she was. So they kicked her out.

Stone, 61, explained the troubling situation just after midnight Monday.

The actress showed how Bumble bungled the situation.

Washington insiders jumped right in.

“So Sharon Stone, what kind of women are you looking for?” asked Hilary Rosen, a lefty lesbian, political consultant and pundit who happens to be the same age as Stone. (RELATED: Sharon Stone’s Most Stunning Looks Over The Years)

Stone has been married twice (to men) and has three adopted sons.

Bakari Sellers, a CNN analyst, reacted, writing, “Hilary!!” with two yellow emoji faces cracking up.

Elizabeth Thorp, who played U.S. Secretary of Defense “Maria Ford” in Netflix’s House of Cards and is a senior adviser to Planned Parenthood, emoted, “My God, if Sharon can’t get on a dating site what hope do the rest of us have???” (RELATED: Sharon Stone Poses For GQ)

Louise Mensch, a British blogger and novelist who has been described as a “conspiracy theorist” for her attacks on President Trump and bizarre assertions such as Russian PM Vladimir Putin being responsible for Andrew Breitbart‘s murder, wrote, “I thought you were a girl,” and added a smiley face.

Stone is no wallflower when it comes to politics. In 2016, she backed Hillary Clinton and blasted Bernie Sanders, wondering if he was on acid.

Bumble didn’t waste much time fixing the problem.

At 3:59 a.m., Bumble’s Clare O’Connor replied to Stone with a yellow heart emoji, assuring her that the problem would be resolved.

“Oh no Sharon Stone! editorial director here. We’re on the case. Trust us, we *definitely* want you in the Hive. We’ll get to you ASAP.” (RELATED: Sharon Stone Poses Nude At 57)

She soon announced the problem was resolved and Stone was free to dive back in.

This didn’t calm the nerves of online crybabies who demanded that Bumble’s official Twitter account release a statement on this urgent matter overtaking planet Earth Monday morning.

“Add ‘major Sharon Stone bumble’ to your resume,” a follower snapped at her.

O’Connor defended herself, saying, “I don’t have anything to do with account moderation! Just stepping in to reply on twitter on behalf of our customer service team.”

Thank God at 7:23 a.m. Bumble finally released something.