"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling apologized Monday for falsely accusing President Trump of intentionally not shaking the hand of a child with a disability.

Rowling came under fire for a series of now-deleted tweets in which she harangued the president for seeming to ignore the child's outstretched hand towards the end of a White House event spotlighting problems with Obamacare. The British writer also posted a link to heavily edited footage of the pair's interaction.

But video of the entire event shows that Trump greeted the child as he entered the room in the East Wing of the presidential complex.

"Re: my tweets about the small boy in a wheelchair whose proferred (sic) hand the president appeared to ignore in press footage, multiple sources have informed me that that was not a full or accurate representation of their interaction," Rowling wrote on Twitter on Monday.

"I very clearly projected my own sensitivities around the issue of disabled people being overlooked or ignored onto the images I saw and if that caused any distress to that boy or his family, I apologise unreservedly."

Earlier, Rowling said the incident reminded her of how her mother — who used a wheelchair while she was alive — was sometimes treated by strangers.

Critics like television personality Piers Morgan had roasted Rowling for not removing the tweets from her social media account after her comments were proved to be incorrect.