Nadine Doris stunned Twitter by deleting her account.
The former secretary of culture caused many controversies with controversial publications attacking her political opponents.
But visitors to her Twitter feed today were met with the message: “This account does not exist.”
The unexpected move comes just two weeks after the MP for Mid Bedfordshire – staunch ally of Boris Johnson – left the office.
New Prime Minister Liz Truss offered her to keep her role in digital, culture, media and sport, but she decided to leave the government amid speculation she could become a colleague on Johnson’s resignation honors list.
Doris earned a big Twitter following thanks to her vicious approach to defending her political views.
In July she sparked a full-scale Tory civil war for her attacks on rival Truss for Rishi Sunak’s leadership.
Attacking the multi-millionaire ex-chancellor’s expensive wardrobe, Doris tweeted: ‘Liz Truss will be traveling the country wearing her £4.50 earrings from Claire’s Accessories.
“Meanwhile… Rishi hits Teesside wearing £450 Prada shoes and a £3,500 bespoke suit as he prepares for the leadership vote.”
This prompted her Tory colleague Angela Richardson MP to respond: “FFS Nadine! Muted.”
That same month, she retweeted an image depicting Sunak as Brutus by Boris Johnson’s knife as Brutus in the back in the back.
Doris’ decision to delete her account surprised Twitter users.
Although others suggest it may be related to her impending promotion to the House of Lords.