"Dancing with the Stars" star Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Kirstie Alley have allegedly had a falling out owing to the dancer's close relationship with Jennifer Lopez, it has been reported.
And following the fall-out, Alley posted a tweet, which appears to be aimed at the dancer.
"Dear Sir..after you have ass raped me there is really no reason to include 'I wish you the best'.. It's rhetorical," she wrote, and many of her followers were quick to jump to the conclusion that the message was meant of Chmerkovskiy.
The feud came to light when Chmerkovskiy said during an appearance on "Watch What Happens Live" that Alley cut off her friendship after he started associating himself with others she did not approve.
"She stopped getting along with me," he said, according to Page Six. "We had a great relationship… But I got a message now that I am associating with other people that she can't be associated with, I am no longer to be spoken with, and sorry, but it is what it is."
But despite the falling out, Chmerkovskiy said he still regarded Alley as a close friend, as they have gone through a lot together.
Alley and Chmerkovskiy were the runners-up of the 12th season of "Dancing With The Stars", and they even competed together on Season 15 "All-Stars".
"I am not judging people by their religion," he explained. "I'm Jewish. I don't really believe in science fiction, but whatever. It's sad that we've gone through so much together, and I feel like I've helped her. And this is where we're at now. But I think the world of her, and I wish her the best."
Alley is a well-known member of The Church of Scientology and her friendship with Chmerkovskiy became strained following his relationship with Lopez, who is close friends with Leah Remini.
Last year, Alley blasted Remini for allegedly badmouthing the Church of Scientology after parting with the organization.
"When you're generalizing and when your goal is to malign and to say things about an entire group…when you decide to blanket statement that Scientology is evil, you are my enemy," Alley said on "The Howard Stern Show" last year, according to New York Daily News.
"I have blocked her on Twitter," Alley concluded. "Because she is a bigot. If someone was out there (attacking your religion) would they be your friend? They wouldn't be mine."