LOS ANGELES — Vine star Amanda Cerny feels it is “time to spill the tea” about her fallout with fellow social media star Lele Pons.

In the last week, the Playboy Playmate — who has 4.7 million followers on social media — has been very vocal on social media about her conflict with Pons, who she claims is trying to “ruin” her career by sabotaging her social media accounts.

Cerny said Pons was “supposed to be her best friend” but then she began allegedly deleting all of Cerny’s “successful videos on Instagram and YouTube,” setting all her accounts to private, and untagging her in videos.

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Pons, who has 11.3 million followers on social media and stars in the upcoming Awesomeness Films feature We Love You, has not publicly responded to the allegations. 

Both Pons and Cerny did not immediately respond to Mashable’s request for comment.

Time to spill the tea. … The last drop 😉 #vlog9

— Amanda Cerny (@AmandaCerny) September 14, 2016

Cerny claims she noticed the photos and videos being deleted around August. But it wasn’t until she was at a barbecue with Pons that she realized something was off. 

“[She] was on her phone Snapchatting and then realize wait … That’s my phone,” Cerny wrote in a blog on gossip website The Dirty. “Take my phone back and my photo was deleted. So I knew it was her at that moment it all made sense.”

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