So, Tila Tequila Wore a Nazi Uniform and Called Hitler a "Sweet Kid" on Facebook

She also says she knows "the truth" about Paul Walker's death.

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There's no better way to start this post than with a question: What the hell is wrong with Tila Tequila? If you'd forgotten about the former model turned reality star, yes, she is still around—and apparently she's gone a little wacko and a lot anti-Semitic, judging by her recent, nearly incomprehensible Facebook posts. On Sunday night, Tila posted the following rant about the tragic passing of actor Paul Walker, as well as the mysterious death of 21-year-old Canadian tourist Elisa Lam at a hotel in downtown LA: 

The post, via Tila's Facebook:


...did Tila Tequila just say that she was "ritually murdered" in 2012? Yes, she did—apparently, Tila Tequila actually believes that she has died seven times, for some reason. She also just said that Paul Walker's death—a tragic car crash in Santa Clarita last month—was a "ritual murder," and that college student Elisa Lam's death was as well.

Terrible and weird, yes—but it just gets worse. Here is the post that followed on Monday night, in which she called Adolf Hitler a "special and sweet kid":


According to the New York Daily News, Tila also included a terrible photo of her dressed as a Nazi officer—standing in front of Auschwitz, no less—on her Facebook. She has since deleted the photo, but you can still head over to the NYDN to see it. She followed that post up with the following:


NOT DONE YET. It, somehow, gets worse. This is all in addition to a blog post she penned on her website, which is titled—get ready for it—"Why I Sympathize With Hitler Part 1: True History Unveiled." As Animal New York points out, she's also made anti-Semitic remarks about the murder of James Howe, a director who worked on A Shot at Love With Tila Tequila who was murdered in his home last month: Tila posted an article about the incident on her Facebook, and commented:


She also refers to herself as "Hitila" in a new song. 

Honestly, it's hard to even figure out how to react to this. She's clearly disturbed, but there's no excuse for Nazi sympathizing and unbelievably offensive, anti-Semitic remarks—so the best course of action here is to probably ignore her until she's yelling an an empty room. Let's all move on now, yes?

[via New York Daily News]

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