Miss Swimsuit UK Stripped Of Title Following 'All Lives Matter' Rant
The 23-year-old made the controversial comments online on 3 June. She wrote: "This is ridiculous now. It HAS to STOP. ALL lives matter, if you look deeply into statistics, more UNARMED WHITE people DIED than BLACK last year.
"Yes some people may say George Floyd died when he was innocent but I am yet to see hard evidence of this."
She also claimed police officers were justified to 'use whatever means necessary' to restrain Mr Floyd.
In this case, 'whatever means necessary' meant the police officer kneeling on George Floyd's neck for nearly eight minutes until he died.
Ms Archer-Jones went on to say: "Yes what happened to George Floyd was wrong and unforgivable but so is what happens to many other people of different races in similar situations."
Her post continued: "I DO NOT discriminate against any person. But THIS IS NOT OK."
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Now, Miss Swimsuit UK have removed all trace of Archer-Jones - including removing her from the past winners section - on their website, as they removed her title.
On their website, they describe Miss Swimsuit UK contestants as 'role models'.
The website reads: "The aim of Miss Swimsuit UK is to shape the beauty stars of tomorrow, meeting the demand among today's social media generation for glamorous, accessible role models that they can aspire to and emulate."
She has yet to comment on the removal of her title.
Archer-Jones left the UK after winning her title, and subsequently came 13th in the Miss Swimsuit USA pageant.
LADbible has reached out to the Miss Swimsuit UK pageant for a comment.
Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Jasmine Archer-Jones