She's done it again!
Christian blogger Audrey Roloff is married to Jeremy Roloff, the son of Little People Big World's Matt and Amy Roloff.
She recently posted saucy images of herself in the bath tub, which sent followers into a tizzy.
"Just wishing I had a clawfoot bathtub in my room..." Roloff wrote.
"If you missed yesterday's blog post on our stay at the @urbancowboybnb and our trip to Nashville, check it out on aujpoj.com - link in my bio."
"All of or Nashville must see, do, eat, taste, and experience things #urbancowboy #journehofjerandauj #alwaysmore #aujpoj."
Followers and Little People, Big World fans had a problem with Roloff straying from the traditional persona she's created.
"Please don’t start taking pictures like the Kardashians, you’re too classy for that!" one person wrote.
Others claimed that Roloff had "changed" and was becoming too "self-absorbed."
Roloff wasn't going to stand for that.
"I so happen to have a blog and my husband so happens to be a photographer so yes there are lots of photos around here," she responded.
"But I would urge you to check out our page where 50% or more of the photos on there are not of us, and every Monday we post a photo of couples around who follow beating50percent!”
This is the same woman who - with her husband - spoke out against homosexuality in a now-deleted post.
The Roloffs responded to a critique that they only gave advice for heterosexual couples.
“We are not claiming to be a resource for same-sex marriages,” Roloff wrote to one reader, according to Radar Online.
“It is not something we agree with.”
Fans wonder why Roloff thinks she can freely express her sexuality by taking a photo in a bath tub, but condemns others who do in a different way.
Roloff went on to clarify that she and Jeremy are really only writing about what they know.
"We are for opposite-sex marriages that are striving to give more than average to their marriages,” she wrote.
“To live out the covenant of marriage every day, and to center their marriage around Christ."
"That being said, know that our content is not written to same-sex marriages, so to say that we don’t offer advice for that side is accurate."