Chrissy Teigen — one of former President TrumpDonald TrumpCapitol fencing starts coming down after 'Justice for J6' rally Netanyahu suggests Biden fell asleep in meeting with Israeli PM Aides try to keep Biden away from unscripted events or long interviews, book claims MORE's most vocal Hollywood critics on Twitter before he was permanently suspended from the platform — has deleted her account, saying it "no longer serves me as positively as it serves me negatively." 

The actress and TV personality told her nearly 14 million followers on Wednesday, "For over 10 years you guys have been my world." 

"But it's time to say goodbye," Teigen said.

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“My life goal is to make people happy,” Teigen, 35, wrote. “The pain I feel when I don’t is too much for me."

Teigen, who in 2020 shared that she had suffered a miscarriage after pregnancy complications, said, "I’ve always been portrayed as the strong clap back girl but I’m just not.” 

"My desire to be liked and fear of pissing people off has made me somebody you didn’t sign up for," she said in her parting message, "and a different human than I started out here as!" 

Teigen, along with her husband, "All of Me" singer John Legend, have been among the fiercest critics of Trump in the entertainment world.   

Trump had feuded with the couple on social media before, calling Legend "boring" and referring to Teigen as the performer's "filthy mouthed wife."

Teigen, who had dubbed Trump a "psychopath" and endorsed Joe BidenJoe BidenCapitol fencing starts coming down after 'Justice for J6' rally Senate parliamentarian nixes Democrats' immigration plan Biden pushes back at Democrats on taxes MORE in last year's White House race, had been blocked by the 45th president while he was in office. A federal appeals court had ruled that it was unconstitutional for the former president to block his critics on Twitter. 

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The social media platform permanently suspended Trump's account in January in a move it said was aimed at restricting the then-commander in chief from sharing potentially harmful rhetoric on Twitter.

A day after Biden took office in January, Teigen said of Trump on Instagram that "our great national f---up is over."

In what she suggested were her final tweets on Wednesday, Teigen told her followers, "I encourage you to know and never forget that your words matter. No matter what you see, no matter what that person portrays, or your intention."

Saying she's made "mistakes" over the years, Teigen concluded, "But. I love you guys and I cherish our time together, I truly do. I also hate you."