“Why anyone would gleefully get up on TV and tell lies that NO ONE disputed... But we already know,” she tweeted.
The network's entertainment chairman, Paul Telegdy, said during a TV critics Q&A that NBC would respond appropriately after receiving the results of the investigation.
The "Modern Family" actress has reportedly met with NBC and production company, Fremantle, to discuss joining the show and other projects.
"I don't take notes rooted in anti-blackness. I love me as I am."
The Democratic presidential candidate is pushing to have the CROWN Act taken to the federal level.
The SAG-AFTRA investigation comes after NBC and the show's producers issued a statement saying they're "working with" Union following her exit.
Her flawless beauty is an inspiration that deserves praise.