Former reality star Tila Tequila caused some controversy on Monday by posting a photo of herself on Facebook wearing a swastika armband, Nazi hat and silver stripper-like ensemble.

She wound up deleting the image but not before describing the German dictator as a "special and sweet kid."

She also wrote: "I never said I hated anyone, but just because I feel sympathy, compassion, and forgiveness for others such as Hitler means I am now a monster? All for trying to open your eyes to the truth that Hitler was NOT as bad as he was painted out to be?"

Nearly two years ago Tequila decided to change her religion and become Jewish.

Her recent bizarre online rantings haven't been limited to Hitler.

Tequila also spoke out about actor Paul Walker's death, calling the car crash a "ritualistic murder." She compared it to the death of her late girlfriend Casey Johnson, whom she says was murdered by unidentified forces.

On her most recent post on Dec. 9 she babbled, "...I am from Sirius B and of Lyran descent. When you Earthlings are ready for true positive change then you need to be that change before any of the gods return to help you any further. We have been watching for a very, very long time. My council says that you are not ready yet and I must agree. Very few will make it past this Luciferian soul harvest. ......"

Last year, Tequila checked into a clinic to undergo 30 days of psychiatric treatment following an alleged suicide attempt.

The Vietnamese-American model and television personality became famous after starring in the MTV reality show "A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila."