The 34-year-old reality star has been posting a lengthy and expletive-laden diatribe on the social media site and made headlines after arguing Wednesday that the Earth is flat.
"Why are all the buildings in NYC standing straight up? If earth was round then some of the buildings would have a slight tilt. #FlatEarth," she wrote.
Tequila later claimed she died in 2012 and is now a clone and suggested something similar happened to Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.
"Hilary Clinton is a clone. The real one got killed a long time ago. [Expletive] I hope I'm not next. Oh wait, they already killed me in 2012," she tweeted.
Tequila also referred to herself as an alien and a Martian, and repeatedly called herself Lucifer. She mused on how the numbers 33 and 23 are "constantly following" her around, and expressed fear about a potential "assassination" attempt and the CIA.
The strange posts raised concern for Tequila's daughter Isabella, of whom the star posted a new photo on New Year's Day. The television personality welcomed her daughter in November 2014 and has yet to reveal the father's identity.
"I must say that being a Mother is, hands down, the hardest job I have ever had in my life, but also the most rewarding!" the star wrote on her blog last January. "On top of being a Mother I am also a single parent which makes it slightly even harder since I have to do everyone my own."
Tequila came to fame on MySpace and went on to star on MTV reality series "A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila." She appeared on "Celebrity Big Brother" in August, but was kicked off the Channel 5 show due to comments about Adolf Hitler.
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