Julian Assange’s Twitter account is missing.
The controversial WikiLeaks founder’s account mysteriously went dark early Christmas morning.
It wasn’t clear whether Twitter suspended Assange’s account or whether the serial leaker deleted it himself.
A message on @JulianAssange said simply: “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist.”
Assange, who’s been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012, uses the social media messaging service to communicate with the outside world.
His last tweet was posted on Dec. 22 and contained the quote from Assange: “A knowledgeable public, is an empowered public, is a free public.”
An alternative account purporting to belong to Assange claimed Twitter deleted the account as he prepared to break a blockbuster story.
But there was no evidence Assange was behind that account and it has since been suspended by Twitter.
The official WikiLeaks Twitter account was still operating but made no mention what happened to Assange’s.
Assange sought asylum in the embassy in June 2012 to escape rape charges in Sweden, which he has denied.
He believes that if he leaves the embassy he will be nabbed by the US and prosecuted for publishing thousands of documents stolen by former military analyst Chelsea Manning.
WikiLeaks also published emails pilfered from the computers of the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 presidential election.