There's two sides to the story, and we'll never know the full situation here. I imagine that it relates to huge spoilers and official "leaks" that have come out, though. I'm not a fan when the cast and crew dictates what a fan blog can and can't do. Nada (the creator) has made mistakes, but they were never ill-intended, and many of them were expected because she was an excited fan, not an employee that was supposed to know everything and follow specific protocols. This isn't to blame the crew either. We know so little that it's hard to point fingers and assume either side were being malicious or without reasons.
It's a shame she had to deal with these stresses and frustrations though, not just by these interactions between crew members but also by impatient, rude fans also acting like she was an all-knowing presence instead of a fan. I don't blame her for stepping away, but I'm thankful for the work she did do on the account, and I hope the best for her. She worked longer than she had to considering these events, and she deserves respect and support as she moves on to new, exciting things.