Things are getting ugly between actress Ruby Rose, the first one to don the cape on “Batwoman.” The 35-year-old ranted on social media about the abuse that she endured while on set and singled out several big names from The CW.

Among those, she called out include producer Peter Roth is being implicated as well as showrunner Caroline Dries. Rose blasted how things went during production and claimed that she even concealed injuries to continue working as “Batwoman” on the series.

However, it appears some are saying otherwise and Rose is turning out to be more of sour-graping the fact that she was fired after the first season of “Batwoman.” And the reason being singled out by some is that she was difficult to work with. One of them was Dougray Scott who left after the second season of “Batwoman.”

"I absolutely and completely refute the defamatory and damaging claims made against me by [Ruby Rose]; they are entirely made up and never happened," Scott stated via TVLine.

"As Warner Bros. Television has stated, they decided not to exercise the option to engage Ruby for Season 2…based on multiple complaints about her workplace behavior,” he added.

Another personality in Camrus Johnson confirmed on social media that Rose was fired and added that it was pretty tough to accept considering Rose had the lead role.

"But yea fam, she was fired. And it is VERY hard to be fired when you're the lead. Imagine what u have to do for that [to] happen," the social media post read.

An unnamed production assistant backed the claim that Rose was hard to work with. The report claims that Rose would storm off set and would yell at people, not to mention treating production assistants poorly.

Warner Bros. allegedly did not renew the contract of Rose after receiving many complaints by the cast and crew about the 35-year-old’s onset behavior. Did Ruby Rose just open a can full of worms?

Ruby Rose attends the Build Series to discuss 'Batwoman' at Build Studio Ruby Rose attends the Build Series to discuss 'Batwoman' at Build Studio Getty Images | Dominik Bindl