Emma Roberts and Angelica Ross. (Credit: Getty Images)
(CNN) -- Actress Angelica Ross thanked Emma Roberts, her partner in "American Horror Story: 1984," for apologizing after Ross accused Roberts of referring to her by the wrong gender.
"Thank you @RobertsEmma for calling and apologizing, acknowledging that your behavior was not that of an ally," the "Pose" star shared Wednesday on X (formerly Twitter). "I will leave the door open for your desire to do better and support social justice causes with your platform."
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Ross, a transgender woman, previously claimed during an Instagram Live, which spread on other platforms, that while talking to Roberts during the filming of "American Horror Story: 1984," Roberts made a transphobic comment.
According to Ross, when the director told them, "Well, ladies, you know, that's enough. Let's get back to work," Roberts allegedly replied, "Don't you mean miss?"
After the story began to go viral, Ross shared a message on social media for those she said were threatening Roberts.
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"Let me make one thing absolutely clear. I appreciate the support but please don't joke about the violence towards Emma. Joking about your responsibility," he wrote in X. "Now that's funny."
And it looks like Ross has more to say.
"I'm glad I don't have to explain what's really going on to those who understand and care," he posted in X on Wednesday. "People are left with parts and take them away without understanding what's going on. I've tried to give them digestible parts. But I've been offered the space to go into more detail soon."
CNN reached out to representatives for both Roberts and FX, which airs the "American Horror Story" franchise, for additional comment.