Holly Stars, a drag queen performer and activist, tweeted on Saturday the removal of a photo Stars took of Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's home, with the address fully visible. Stars cited supposed "transphobic messages" the pic was receiving.

"Yesterday we posted a picture we took at JK Rowling’s house. While we stand by the photo, since posting it we have received an overwhelming amount of serious and threatening transphobic messages so have decided to take the photo down. Love to our trans siblings."

Stars is a drag queen and self-identifies as a "trans ally." The vast majority of Stars' social media posts relate to trans activism and issues affecting the transgender community.

Rowling, the author of the iconic Harry Potter series of books. Her comments on gender identity have made her a target by trans activists who accused the author of "transphobia." Recently, she was reportedly not invited to the 20th anniversary of the movies made based on her novels.

Rowling, since she publicly stated that she believes biological sex is a reality, has been the subject of harassment, and even sent threats of violence by trans activists. For this reason, some are saying that there is a possibility that Stars posted the photo to "dox" Rowling, revealing where she lives to other activists.

Also, strangely, no evidence whatsoever exists of any "transphobic" comments being made on the original post showing Rowling's house.