DIXIE D’Amelio’s TikTok account has been deleted to her 46 million followers amid a hacking mystery, it's been revealed.

The move follows a series of strange posts on the internet superstar’s social media profile which suggest her page has been compromised.

One clip shows a mouse ‘benching’ a trap with the caption “preparing to hack Dixie.”

The second mentions The Chuckling Squad – an online hacker group that famously gained access to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account in late 2019.

Several of the deleted clips also refer to an unknown user, “Joe,” as well as a private Instagram account with the handle “lucifer” that has more than 11k followers.

The singer's account bio was also updated to read “follow @koiiddd”.

When attempting to access Dixie’s account, users are now greeted with an error message that reads “user doesn’t exist.”

The social media star boasted over 1.6 billion likes before her account was deleted.

The TikTok hackers don’t seem to have just stopped at Dixie’s account either.

Soon after the 19-year-old’s profile was disabled, her father Marc D’Amelio suffered a similar fate.

His profile, which boasts a following of 8.8 million fans, had similar clips posted on the timeline.

Dixie has yet to officially comment on the suspected hack or why her TikTok page has been deleted.

However, she did respond to TikTokRoom on Instagram with a tongue in cheek joke about what had happened.

The TikTok star wrote: “I guess dixie123 was a bad password."

TikTok has said the incident is a "developing situation."

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