Paulina Gretzky Closes Twitter Account at Father's Request

Paulina Gretzky, hockey great Wayne Gretzky's daughter, has reportedly shut down her Twitter account after a conversation with her father concerning some racy photos.

Paulina tweeted, "Having a nice sit down dinner with my dad about social media. haha. #SIKEEE." Shortly after she wrote, "Taking a break from Twitter for a bit. Happy Holidays!!! xoxo," then the account was closed.

The daughter of "The Great One" has steadily been gaining in popularity as pictures have drawn in fans from all over, as they were able to look into the woman's party lifestyle and intimate moments.

At the time of the account deletion, Paulina had 24,000 followers.

The 22-year-old is an aspiring actress, singer, and model doing bit work in a few movies – most notably "Fame," and "Alpha Dogs" and has a song "Collecting Dust," on the soundtrack for MTV's "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County."

She made her model debut in 2005 for the cover of Flare.

She was introduced to Canada in 2003 when she sang "I Will Remember You" at the Heritage Classic outdoor game between the Edmonton Oilers and the Montreal Canadians.

Paulina was born four months after her father was traded to the Los Angeles Kings making her an American, unlike her famous Canadian father.

Her brother Trevor was recently drafted by the Chicago Cubs to play baseball.

Wayne Gretzky is commonly known as the greatest hockey player of all time, playing for the Indianapolis Racers, Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, and finally retiring with the New York Rangers in 1999.

He entered the Hall of Fame months after retiring bypassing the three year waiting period needed.

Wayne holds many of hockey's records including the most: goals (in a regular season, playoffs, and career), assists (career, regular season, and playoffs), points (career, regular season, and playoffs), and hat tricks (50) among many others.

He played in 13 all star games and has nine MVP awards.