Comedian Kathy Griffin returned to Twitter on her dead mother's account Sunday shortly after being suspended on her own account by the company's new CEO Elon Musk.

The suspension occurred after Griffin changed her Twitter profile picture and username to match Musk's account Sunday and told people to vote for the Democratic party, the New York Post reports.

Musk responded to her post by saying that impersonators on Twitter would be suspended.

"Going forward, any Twitter handles engaging in impersonation without clearly specifying 'parody' will be permanently suspended," Musk wrote in a tweet on Sunday.

Griffin used her comedic act to troll Musk and his recent decisions on Twitter. Now, she is continuing to share her stance on her mother's account.

"#FreeKathy," said a tweet Sunday from Maggie Griffin's account that has not been used by the comedian since 2019. Maggie died in 2020 at the age of 99.

"Elon, this is Maggie contacting you from the spirit world tell're a [expletive]. This is not parody. This is the actual ghost of Kathy Griffin's boxed wine loving mother saying I'm gonna get tipsy & throw my bingo cards at you! NOT A PARODY," another tweet from Maggie's account read.

Musk jokingly responded to a tweet announcing Griffin's suspension stating that it was actually because she was "impersonating a comedian." Musk never said the suspension was for impersonating him.

Musk previously claimed that his intent behind purchasing Twitter is to enhance free speech, but some have question his plans.

"My commitment to free speech extends even to not banning the account following my plane, even though that is a direct personal safety risk," Musk said on Twitter Sunday.

A Twitter user responded to Musk, stating, "To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize."