Vladimir Putin’s alleged love child, who featured photos of her lavish lifestyle to her 84,000 Instagram followers, has wiped off her existence on the platform after severely drawing flak in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

As of Monday, all traces of the 18-year-old Luiza Krivonogikh’s account had been removed, according to the New York Post.

Outed by the Russian media as the strongman’s alleged daughter in 2019, Luiza is the daughter of cleaner-turned-multimillionaire Svetlana Krivonogikh, 46, who has long been rumored to have been Putin’s mistress in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Krivonogikh, who also goes by the surname Rozova, has been heavily trolled online since her rumored father ordered Russian troops to attack Ukraine last month. Interestingly enough, the St. Petersburg DJ refrained from sharing any new photos since abruptly stopping posting about five months ago, the Daily Mail noted.

However, before the account was taken down, her photos were hit with a deluge of hostile comments, including one that called her “the daughter of that devil” and “war criminal.”

“She is guilty of passive complicity. It is the same as most of the Germans in the Nazi period,” others wrote.

Some netizens also opted to ask Luiza to urge Putin and stop the bloodshed in Ukraine.

“Call him — if he loves you … maybe you can convince him not to kill,” a commenter said per Newshub, followed by another user that argued, “She could at least show that she does not agree with what her father is doing, somehow influencing him.”

Meanwhile, some of her followers express fears she might have been silenced by Putin after boasting about the $4.1 million Monte Carlo penthouse apartment she shares with her mom. The property was detailed in the $11.9 million leaked documents of the “Pandora Papers” in October.

The Russian strongman has two adult daughters, Maria, 36, and Katerina, 35, from his decades-long marriage to former flight attendant Lyudmila Shkrebneva. He allegedly fathered a string of illegitimate children, including four with his mistress Alina Kabaeva, a former Olympic gymnast, but he has never addressed the rumors.

Kabaeva is reportedly hiding in a secure Swiss chalet with her children amid the Ukraine invasion.

Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) hands flowers to Alina Kabayeva, Russian rhytmic gymnastics star and Olympic prize winner, after awarding her with an Order of Friendship during annual award ceremony in the Kremlin 08 June 2001. SERGEI CHIRIKOV/AFP via Getty Images

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