The 21-year-old, real name Connor Adams, was this week sent to prison for 18 months after motorists were terrorised by drunken revellers following a huge Halloween party in Felling. And now the Mr OiOi Facebook page, which had more than 26,850 “likes,” has been removed, while the would-be shop fitter’s personal profile has also gone. A spokesman for Facebook said there were a number of reasons profiles and pages could be removed, including violation of the social network’s terms and conditions, repeated reports of content on a page, or that a user could choose to delete their online presence themselves. In this case it is believed that the page has been removed by Adams, or his friends and family. Following the news that Adams had been jailed for violent disorder, thousands of people visited ChronicleLive.co.uk and took to The Chronicle’s own Facebook page to have their say on the former soldier, who Newcastle Crown Court heard hoped to use his internet fame to raise money for charity. And the extent of Mr OiOi’s influence can be seen in the almost 650,000 views and 5,700 subscribers to his YouTube channel in the last three months alone. With the catchphrase “Smash that pastie”, Adams’ videos set to dance music found thousands of fans - who he termed “creptiles” - and even spawned a fake Twitter account in his name. He appeared on ITV2’s Viral Tap at the start of May, winning £1,000 for a video clip in which he wrapped himself in masking tape and a cuddly crocodile. A number of the social media messages posted by the 21-year-old, who lived with him mum and dad on Bay Tree Drive in South Shields, has also posted messages and pictures in support of the Charlie Cookson Foundation charity. Representatives of the charity were unreachable for comment. As reported in yesterday’s Chronicle, Adams had been to a huge Halloween party in Felling, organised through Facebook, where up to 400 people had turned up. The party then spilled out on to the Bypass in the early hours of November 1, partially blocking the road and seeing vehicles attacked. One witness, who was six months pregnant, reported seeing men running out from behind bushes and across the dual carriageway, before a man mooned her and another punched her car, causing £270 of damage. The woman said she had been “shocked” by the incident, had struggled to sleep, had begun to avoid driving on the A184, and now became nervous whenever she saw groups of youths stood by the side of the road. In mitigation barrister Graham Cook said Adams, who on the night in question was wearing a black wig and dress as part of a fancy dress Batgirl costume, accepted his part in the incident but he was remorseful, and had left the area as things spiralled out of control.