Among her few defenders were those pointing out she may have been trying to raise awareness the best way she knew how, warning against another swift cancellation.
"She could be someone whose social media is normally filled with pictures posing like this and this is her attempt at bringing the message to her audience," one wrote; but even they added: "It definitely isn't the smart way to go about it."
Amid the backlash, the Russian-born influencer deleted her Twitter account soon afterwards, as well as her Instagram account that boasted 214k followers.
Her YouTube channel however, which has more than 54,000 subscribers, is still live, as is her Facebook page.
On Friday it appeared Kris restarted a new Instagram account, posting: "this is a huge misunderstanding!!! Later I will explain everything an apologize!"
Mila meanwhile wrote on her account: "I don't understand why people are so aggressive when you're on their side, and if you're supporting! I believe that the union between humanity will never happen if we continue like this! Everyone reacts ugly before they understand what's going on! Hopefully this changes! Love and peace!"
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