Blogger Nastya Ivleeva, 30, posted videos on Instagram to her 18.7 million followers, admitting in one clip that her luxury car had been taken from her because she had so many traffic fines.
Local newspaper Life said that Ivleeva, from Moscow, had accumulated 199 unpaid tickets, all from this year alone.
The total sum of her fines has not been confirmed, but her Lamborghini Aventador was reported to be worth 20 million rubles (£188,100 / $258,800).
Ivleeva - who is well-known in Russia for being a television presenter, influencer and blogger - quickly paid the fees and eventually managed to get her car back.
In the video, Ivleeva frowns to the camera as she says: "It was the first time in my life that my car has been towed away. My Lambo. Now, I am waiting for my turn to pay the fines and drive on. "
According to Life, the fines were issued for traffic violations, which included parking, speeding, crossing a double continuous line and committing illegal turns.
Another clip shows Ivleeva peeling a sticker off the hood of her Lamborghini as she curses.
Recently, a Lamborghini owner over in the UK revealed he'd actually decided to give up the car after finding it was too expensive to own.
Jay Swingler, who has been into cars from a young age, was in a position to purchase a Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster by the time he reached 24.
Jay, who claims he was 'easily influenced' by materialistic objects as a youngster because he didn't know the 'value of life', paid £270,000 ($370,000) for the Lambo.
On top of that, he was forking out over £2,000 ($2,700) a month just to keep it insured, along with £300 ($415) a week in fuel.
Speaking on his YouTube channel, he explained: "How do I say this without sounding like a p****? It took me to have this car to realise that these things don't matter in life. I think my values started to change.
"I began to realise that a car doesn't make you a better person, or a car doesn't help you in any way - in fact, it actually depreciates in value, so much it's mind-blowing.
"These cars - these supercars - are mind-blowing how much money you lose on them."
Jay went on to explain how sometimes he wouldn't drive the car for three weeks and it would be sitting in his back garden while he shot videos next to it.
He added: "Buying supercars is actually a joke to be honest. Was it worth it for the experience and the joy and the fanboy in my 13-year-old self? F*** yes. Financially, probably the dumbest move you could possibly make is investing in supercars."
You can find more of Jay's videos or subscribe to his channel here.
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