Trump Model Management has shut its doors for good, according to a leaked email from the New York-based office.
The modeling agency, founded by the Trump Organisation, is closing after 18 years, reports Mother Jones, which has obtained an email from its president Corinne Nicolas sent to industry colleagues.
"The Trump Organization is choosing to exit the modeling industry," Nicolas allegedly wrote."On the heels of the recent sale of the Miss Universe Organization, the company is choosing to focus on their core businesses in the real estate, golf and hospitality space.
"Trump Models, during its 18-year run, was an amazing success and we are immensely proud of the opportunities that we have provided to so many talented individuals."
The Trump Organisation sold the Miss Universe Organisation - which also runs the Miss USA beauty pageant - to the talent agency WME-IMG over a year ago, following the US President's racist remarks about Mexicans.
A former Trump Models agent told The Hollywood Reporter: "I feel really sad and hurt that it had to end this way, we were a very tight group and worked very well together.
"We did a great job and our models clearly loved us, they stayed until the end. But to see people terrified for their job security and their future? That wasn't nice, especially when it was not our fault that the name of the agency was what it was."
The agency was founded in 1999, and has previously represented Jerry Hall, Yasmin Le Bon and Carmen Dell'Orefice.
Prior to the Presidential election, Trump model Maggie Rizer announced she was parting ways with the agency over Trump's controversial policies.
The agency came under scrutiny last year for allegedly violating immigration rules.
Meanwhile, other Trump businesses to have gone under include Trump Magazine, Trump Steaks, Trump Mortgage and travel website GoTrump.com.