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Paulina Gretzky’s Sexy Twitter Photos & Wayne Gretzky Scandal (Photos)

Wayne Gretzky’s daughter ignored his request for her to stop tweeting racy photos—Paulina is back online.

Photos like this would not be mass-disseminated by NHL great Wayne Gretzky's daughter, Paulina, anymore, if the legendary hockey dad had his way. He reportedly pressured the party girl to close her Twitter account, which she did last week. But, as Chris Lee reports, she's back online, and it's far from the end of the scandal. See some of the photos that got her in trouble.

Say Goodbye, Boys

Paulina Gretzky tweeted this last week: "Having a nice sit down dinner with my dad about social media..haha #SIKEEE." Soon after, she announced her offline move via @PaulinaGretzky: "Taking a break from twitter for bit. Happy Holidays!!! xoxo." Laments and tributes have been pouring in—mostly from men. A sampling: "We lost last night? Didn't notice. Too busy looking at Paulina Gretzky photos" and "Let's take a moment of silence to remember all the great pics."

She's Back!

But the latest is that Paulina has returned. "Hi everyone I'm back! But shhh don't tell my dad," she tweeted Wednesday night.

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The Party Girl

The 22-year-old hockey offspring is an aspiring model, singer, and actress. It's not clear why she used her Twitter account mostly to post revealing photos of herself. Here she is at the Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational Gala on Paradise Island in the Bahamas in 2008.

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The Great One

Wayne Gretzky is the NHL's—and Canada's—most famous and respected ambassador. He's the leading scorer in NHL history and led the Edmonton Oilers to four Stanley Cup championships in the 1980s. But, according to some tweeters, Paulina is "his greatest accomplishment."

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The Gretzky Family

At the 2009 premiere of The Hangover, Paulina posed with her dad, and her mom, American actress Janet Jones, who was embroiled in a sports betting scandal in 2006.

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Skills aside, some men certainly found Paulina to be a fine golfer. Here she is in 2008, playing in the first round of the Ford Wayne Gretzky Classic in Ontario, Canada.

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Center Stage

Paulina performed in public for the first time at the 2003 Heritage Classic at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Ontario, when she sang Sara McLachan's "I Will Remember You." She has a song, "Collecting Dust," on the soundtrack for MTV's Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County. She also had bit parts in the 2009 remake of Fame, playing "Gorgeous Blonde Senior," and in Guns, Girls and Gambling, starring Gary Oldman and Christain Slater.

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Runs in the Family

Paulina is the eldest of Wayne and Janet's five children. Here she is with her brother, Ty, and parents, in 2001. Her brother Trevor is a baseball player, who was drafted by the Chicago Cubs this year.

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Daddy's Girl

Paulina was born in December 1988 in L.A., four months after her father was sent from the Edmonton Oilers to the Los Angeles Kings in what's now simply referred to as "The Trade."

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Can't Stop

Even if Paulina eventually succumbs to her father's wishes and shuts down her account permanently, there are tribute galleries of her everywhere.