Kaley Cuoco may be in hot water with her network CBS after tweeting support for Dish network.

Yahoo reports that "The Big Bang Theory" star tweeted an ad for Dish's "Hopper" Service, even though CBS is currently suing them. CBS along with the other major networks ABC, FOX and NBC are all currently in court with Dish because of the Hopper's feature called "Auto Hop." "Auto Hop" enables people to watch already aired shows, such as Cuoco's hit "The Big Bang Theory," but skip all the commercials.

The actress tweeted the advertisement which stated, "Amazing! Watching live TV anywhere on the #Hopper looks pretty awesome! Now where can I find a tiny beer? #ad" but removed it once it came into question.

Yahoo continues to report that CBS and Warner Bros. TV (producers of "The Big Bang Theory") declined to comment, while Cuoco's representatives did not respond.

According to The Consumerist, Dish Network is blaming the deletion of Cuoco's tweet on CBS.

Dish responded in a statement.

"It's disappointing that CBS -- once the exemplar of editorial independence and innovation continues to use its heavy hand to hold back progress from consumers," wrote Joe Clayton, the president and CEO of Dish. "It's a shame that CBS, despite its legacy, feels it needs to thwart this kind of consumer demand."

CBS has denied these claims instead placing the blame on Dish. 

Dish told TheWrap why they chose the popular actress.

"We've reached out to several different celebrities and those with influence for sponsored tweets and so I think she's one of many folks."

Actors and celebrities can make a lot of money from tweeting ads, although it is unknown how much Cuoco made from the Dish tweet.

In addition to starring on the CBS show, Cuoco has been in advertisements for Toyota and most recently Priceline. Her next film appears to be the comedy "Scribble" with "American Pie" alumni Chris Klein.

The star is appearing to ignore the controversy instead choosing to tweet about her dog and meeting Caesar Millan, calling it the "greatest day of her life."