Roseanne Barr has suggested she might leave Twitter in response to a court order demanding that Twitter turn over three months’ worth of tweets by an Occupy Wall Street protester.

Twitter initially had resisted turning over the tweets to prosecutors in the case of Malcolm Harris, who was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with an Occupy Wall Street march on the Brooklyn Bridge last October. Prosecutors hoped the tweets would demonstrate that Harris knowingly disregarded police orders.

In a statement, Twitter said it was “disappointed in the judge’s decision” and was considering its options.

Barr lashed out at Twitter for complying nonetheless.

Supporters argued that Twitter is a powerful tool for connecting with audiences and urged her to stay, but Barr announced that her results were unimpressive.