If your Twitter account has been disabled, there are a few steps you can take to recover it:
Check the email associated with your Twitter account for any messages from Twitter regarding the suspension or disablement of your account. These messages may contain information about why your account was disabled and what you can do to regain access.
Fill out Twitter's appeal form to request a review of your account's suspension. You will need to provide your full name, email address, phone number, and a detailed explanation of why you believe your account was disabled in error. You may also be asked to provide additional information or documentation to support your appeal.
If your account was disabled due to a violation of Twitter's rules, review the Twitter Rules to ensure that you understand the policies and can comply with them moving forward. You may also need to delete any tweets or content that violated the rules in order to have your account reinstated.
Be patient. It may take several days for Twitter to review your appeal and make a decision about whether to reinstate your account. In the meantime, avoid creating new Twitter accounts or using other accounts to harass or engage in behavior that could result in further suspensions or disablements.
If your account is not reinstated after following these steps, you may need to reach out to Twitter's support team for further assistance.