The Yellowjackets star wrote an apparent response to Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis on Instagram.
The video apology came a day after the couple's letters were made public, prompting backlash on social media.
The stars of That ‘70s Show were among 50 others who asked the judge to be lenient in sentencing the actor, who was found guilty of raping two women.
Snaps of the Your Place Or Mine co-stars went viral after fans pointed out they looked a little uncomfortable.
Luckily for Ashton, the As It Was singer took the gaffe in his stride.
"I just don’t want to see trauma served up as entertainment."
The Black Swan actor explained that she surrendered to her two kids' relentless knocking on the bathroom door.
They are a “star couple who sincerely believe in us, in our victory, in our future," Zelenskyy said during a statement to his nation with updates about the invasion.
The Hollywood star, who was born in Chernivtsi, said that when Russia initially invaded Ukraine she felt like “a part of my heart just got ripped out.”
“Here’s a story that’s about to get me in trouble ... ” the actor said of her “biggest parenting fail.”