The girl who adopted Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., into the toilet whereas filming her defended her actions, accusing critics of being the “tone police” in a Facebook publish.

Dr. Sophia Marjovic, one of many immigration activists who confronted Sinema at Arizona State University over “a pathway to citizenship” for unlawful immigrants this weekend, defended filming the senator whereas following her into the toilet.

Marjovic accused critics of her filming a senator as she went into a toilet stall as making an attempt to “tone police” her “desperate demands for labor protections” in a Sunday Facebook publish, saying the critics didn’t “have a right” to do after what she “endured as a human trafficking survivor due to the f—ed up gig economy.”

SINEMA FIRES BACK AFTER FAR-LEFT ACTIVISTS RECORD HER IN ASU BATHROOM: ‘UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR’

“None of you have a right to tone police my desperate demands for labor protections after what I have endured as a human trafficking survivor due to the f—ed up gig economy,” Marjovic wrote in her Facebook publish.

“For now, connect with the fact that you are on stolen Indigenous land and Indigenous women and children go missing and murdered because we don’t have access to stable jobs, stable housing, clean water, clean food, or stable decent healthcare despite the fact that Indigenous people have upheld our end of the treaty in assimilating and getting educated,” she continued.

Marjovic additionally wrote that she “will speak about the controversy regarding following Senator Sinema into the bathroom” when she has “the time.”

Sinema unloaded on the group of activists in a Monday press launch, saying they “filmed and publicly posted videos” of her college students “without their permission” in addition to “footage taken of both my students and I using a restroom.”

“It is unacceptable for activist organizations to instruct their members to jeopardize themselves by engaging in unlawful activities such as gaining entry to closed university buildings, disrupting learning environments, and filming students in a restroom,” Sinema stated in a Monday press launch.

“In the 19 years I have been teaching at ASU, I have been committed to creating a safe and intellectually challenging environment for my students,” the senator continued. “Yesterday, that environment was breached. My students were unfairly and unlawfully victimized. This is wholly inappropriate.”

Sinema was confronted by immigration activists who adopted the senator from the classroom the place she teaches to the toilet whereas demanding the Arizona Democrat take motion on a “pathway to citizenship.”

Marjovic didn’t instantly reply to Fox News’ requests for remark.

Fox News’ Michael Lee contributed reporting.

Houston Keene is a reporter for Fox News Digital. You can discover him on Twitter at @HoustonKeene.