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Ruby Rose takes aim at Lisa Origliasso: She thinks we're 'lucky we don't get stoned to death'

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As celebrities across the globe celebrate Australia's same-sex marriage Yes survey result, Ruby Rose has taken aim at Lisa Origliasso, the sister of her girlfriend, Jess Origliasso.

"So glad to see Lisa Origliasso screaming in excitement about the yes vote after telling us she she thinks we should feel 'lucky' we don't get stoned to death like they do in other countries and to get over it a few months ago," the 31-year-old Orange is the New Black star wrote in a since-deleted on Wednesday.

Ruby Rose © Getty Images Ruby Rose "Really warms my heart," she added, including the rolling eyes emoji.

The Los Angeles-based actress -- who grew up in Melbourne -- has known the family for years and previously dated Jess back in 2009.

a screenshot of a cell phone © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Last November, Ruby and Jess rekindled their romance, and made no secret of their relationship by gushing about each other on their respective social media accounts.

However, rumours surfaced that the couple had broken up in September when they both deleted almost all photos of each other on their Instagram accounts.

🌈🌈LOVE WINS AUSTRALIA 🌈🌈#marriageequality

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Back in April, Ruby unfollowed Lisa on Twitter, and by September, Jess had done the same. Lisa follows neither.

Now, it seems part of the fallout stemmed from Ruby's contempt over Lisa's alleged comments about Australia's same-sex marriage debate.

While we don't know the full story on how such a discussion went down, fans have naturally offered their two cents on the sticky sitch.

"Lisa should not be called out publicly like that!" one fan wrote in response to Ruby's tweet. "They have fallen out, yes, the fans know that very well, but is it fair to post it in public, no!"

According to the Australian Government I am a valued tax paying member of society. According to my passport & Visa , I am an Australian Individual of extraordinary ability and achievement. According to the Australian tourism & export industry, I am a valuable Australian musical commodity. But according to the current Australian laws & government, I and all LGBTQ+ citizens are still considered second class Australian citizens - without the same immediate legal rights to all relationship protections and responsibilities that married couples are granted. Why is the legalities of marriage as important to some as the spiritual union? Let's start here - If the person you love was in an emergency situation, a marriage certificate allows married partners to easily prove their legal rights if challenged - this is especially important for same sex couples as they are often discriminated against in this scenario. LGBTQ pay the same taxes. LGBTQ are service men and woman, first responders, military, politicians, doctors, surgeons, nurses, journalists, school teachers, valued contributors of our communities, hospitals, military, arts, and society. LGBTQ lead not for profits, and are contributors to tourism for Australia. LGBTQ should be afforded the EQUAL rights for protection, entitlements and equality in our country. We have 24 hours left to enrol and let our voices be heard to correct this in Australia. So please make sure you have registered! I've seen countless signs posted of hate propaganda against same sex parents and the LGBTQ community ahead of this vote - and the psychological impact & physical bullying those messages have on LGBTQ youth or kids of LGBTQ & same sex parents continues to present itself in damning statistics. I am here because we must continue to speak louder than the voices that aim to divide us. We won't stop until we live in an all inclusive Australia for everyone🏳️‍🌈

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