The 'St Kilda schoolgirl' who was at the centre of one of AFL's biggest scandals appears to have shut down her popular cryptocurrency advice page, after a critic raised doubts about her lottery win and crypto windfall.
Kimberley Ametoglou, nee Duthie, has reinvented herself as an influencer and 'The Crypto Queen', more than a decade after finding fame for leaking photos of nude Saints players.
But 27-year-old Cairns lash technician's typically prolific social media channels have gone quiet in recent days, sparking questions from her 134,000 Instagram followers: 'Where are you?'
Wherever she is, she's not doling out financial advice on Facebook - apparently having followed through on a threat to close down her 1,500-strong 'Team Valetti' crypto-group after 'ridicule' from select followers.
'I did not make this group to be ridiculed or have my authenticity questioned by people in here,' Ms Ametoglou fumed in a post in May.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Kim Ametoglou nee Duthie - once the 'St Kilda schoolgirl' at the centre of the AFL's biggest scandal - has apparently deleted her popular crypto advice group following a backlash
A member of the group had publicly mocked Ms Ametoglou's claims that she had won $27,000 in lottery prizes and that one of her crypto stocks had tripled in value. The anonymous sceptic alleged that it didn't add up, screenshots show.
'The value of her wallet tripled from $50K to $150K in the space of a day when the stock itself rose by less than 50 per cent that day,' the critic claimed.
The sceptic also said it was 'amazing' Ms Ametoglou was also celebrating a five-figure lottery win.
'What foresight,' the critic quipped. 'Can't wait for more amazing truths, insights and financial advice from the crypto queen.'
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