Dixie D'Amelio's TikTok account with over 46.3 million followers was hacked, suspended, and then deleted over the weekend.
On Dec. 13, many diehard fans of the TikTok sensation noticed that Dixie's profile had been breached by a hacker after a slew of strange posts, and later, an error message that read, "User doesn't exist."
"preparing to hack Dixie," the hacker captioned the first video posted to Dixie's account that showed a mouse "bench pressing" a trap.
The last video exposed the hacker, an unknown culprit, who was waving a pistol around advising Dixie's fans to "follow @koiiddd," on Instagram. Dixie's bio was also changed to "follow @koiiddd," as well.
"I guess dixie123 was a bad password," Dixie commented on the TikTokRoom's Instagram post, which originally shared the unlucky news.
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The 19-year-old "Naughty List" singer wasn't the only family member to fall victim to security breaches on their account this past weekend.
Her father, Marc D'Amelio, was also targeted by the hacker who posted similar videos to his account, many with the caption "#F**kTheDamelios," and warned fans that they wanted to "get Charli's profile next."
The famous family has yet to make an official statement on the suspected hackings, but with a combined following of 165.3 million TikTok followers it's clear that the D'Amelio family is here to stay.