Jessica Alba’s Twitter posts on Sunday began with tweets of the Honest Company founder having dinner with friends, but quickly transitioned to messages defending Adolf Hitler and promoting a homophobic conspiracy theory about the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The tweets were deleted soon after being published.
“Heil Hitler he did nothing wrong #facts,” one Tweet read.
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The next said, “rumor has it that handicap f-----s are behind 9/11, it was all planned by a handicap f-----t that’s using text to speech.”
A third tweet was directed at President Trump, seemingly asking him to free rapper YNW Melly, who is currently in jail awaiting trial on murder charges.
Prior to Sunday, Alba’s most recent tweet featured a video of her singing a Pat Benatar song with friends at a dinner. According to Daily News, the 38-year-old mother of three has shared over 6,500 tweets to more than nine million followers.
In 2011, Alba founded Honest Company, which specializes in home and healthcare products. The company boasted nearly $1 billion in sales as of 2017.