Reality TV star Tila Tequila has followed in the footsteps of Miley Cyrus and Chris Brown and deleted her Twitter account - after she came under fire following a series of bizarre online ramblings.
The former model took to her page on the microblogging site in December to reveal she was going to be a surrogate mum for her brother before claiming the father was a war hero who fought in Afghanistan.
Last week, Tequila went on to hint that rapper The Game was the baby's dad, although the former G-Unit star vehemently denied he had had any involvement with the 28 year old.
The pregnancy reports came amid criticisms of Tequila for using the site to publicly grieve for socialite fiancee Casey Johnson, who died in January.
The TV personality hit back, claiming she relied on her internet fans because she was friendless - but after a nasty remark about her young nephew on Monday, Tequila decided enough is enough.
She wrote, "Twitter, by FAR has the most hateful, devil worshippers, racist, and violent community that I have ever experienced! Twitter is bad. My true fans know where to find me."
She then deleted her account. Cyrus quit 'tweeting' in October, while Brown deleted his blog in December.