A popular children's social network has been hit by allegations of paedophiles using the site.
Habbo Hotel was the subject of a two-month long investigation by the UK's Channel 4, which revealed that sex chats were common on the service, the BBC reported.
The investigation saw a Channel 4 journalist posing as a 13-year-old girl on the network, saying that she witnessed "very sexual, perverse, violent, pornographic" chats.
The social network, which boasts 250 million users, has since responded by suspending the chat system.
"Habbos, due to the challenging behaviour of a few users, we have decided to mute the site and will update you when we have more information," read a post from the official Twitter account.
The firm claims to employ over 200 moderators, tracking 70 million lines of conversation.
Popular publication Vice has called out the Channel 4 report, claiming that the firm had already published its own investigation back in March.