accused of “cyberbullying” Nicole Kidman via Instagram, the comedian took aim at Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis in her apology.
In a since-deleted Instagram post Monday, Schumer poked fun at the support letters that the “That ’70s Show” alums wrote for their former co-star Danny Masterson, who was convicted of rape in May.
“I want to apologize to all the people I hurt posting a photo of Nicole Kidman and alluding to her being an alien,” the “I Feel Pretty” star, 42, told her followers.
“I will be asking the cast of that 70s show to write letters advocating for my forgiveness,” she sarcastically continued, adding the hashtag “#takingtimetoheal.”
The social media upload came after Schumer found herself under fire for posting a picture of Kidman, 56, sitting with a serious expression at the 2023 US Open over the weekend that she subsequently deleted.
“This how human sit,” the “Trainwreck” star captioned the snap, with many of her followers calling her “mean” and “insecure” in the comments section.
Schumer and Kidman’s reps have yet to respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.
The apology that the “Inside Amy Schumer” alum posted and quickly deleted — captured and shared on Twitter by eagle-eyed social media users — referenced the backlash that Kutcher, 45, and Kunis, 40, are facing for supporting Masterson.
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Before the disgraced actor, 47, was sentenced last week to 30 years to life in prison for two rapes, the couple praised him in letters to the judge.
“As a friend, Danny has been nothing but a positive influence on me,” Kutcher wrote, claiming that his fellow “Ranch” alum was not “an ongoing harm to society.”
His wife gushed over Masterson’s “grace and empathy” before writing, “Danny has consistently displayed a profound sense of responsibility and care for those around him.”
After the letters went public Friday, the duo issued a clarification via Instagram.
“We support victims. We have done this historically through our work and will continue to do so in the future,” Kunis said.
The “Friends with Benefits” actress and Kutcher have since been slammed by Masterson’s accusers as well as Christina Ricci and Kathy Griffin.
Masterson was charged in June 2020 with raping three women, to which he pleaded not guilty the following year. He was found guilty of two counts in May, while the third was dismissed due to a hung jury.
All three women, who were previously a part of the Church of Scientology, of which Masterson is a member, have accused the organization of pressuring them to stay silent, which the church has denied.