Model Chrissy Teigen hasn't tried to hide her antipathy towards President Trump, but now her complaints will be hidden from his Twitter newsfeed.
Teigen, who has cultivated a reputation as a vocal critic of Trump, tweeted Tuesday that the president had blocked her on the social media platform.
"After 9 years of hating Donald J Trump, telling him 'lol no one likes you' was the straw," she wrote, attaching a photo of the notification informing her she had been blocked by his personal account.
The "Lip Sync Battle" co-host appeared to be referring to one of her tweets on Sunday in which she mocked Trump for saying GOP lawmakers had not supported him during the Russia investigation.
Earlier, Teigen changed her Twitter biography to say she was a "high-quality person," alluding to Trump's defense of his son after Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting last year with a Russian lawyer was reported by the press.
Blocking someone on Twitter means that person can no longer view the blocker's tweets or send them messages.
Teigen is not the first celebrity to be blocked by the president online, with author Stephen King being blocked in June.
The Knight First Amendment Institute filed a lawsuit this month arguing that Trump and his communications team are violating the Constitution by blocking people on Twitter.