She tells Seventeen magazine: "We're not enemies. I mean, I wouldn't call her up to have a sleepover, but at the end of the day, I wish her well. She's doing great with her music, and she's very talented. We're just on our separate paths, doing our own things."
There has been plenty of speculation about the extent of their fighting, especially after Ari said in a 2013 interview with Seventeen that she was bullied on the show's set. She later tweeted that it wasn't about her time on Victorious, but happened when she performed on Broadway.
As for what went down with Ariana's interview, Victoria told Seventeen (via VictoriaJusticeDaily): "In the article, Ariana was talking about how this person she had worked with was never going to like her and that this person had bullied her. She didn't name anyone. And she texted me right before the article was going to come out and was like, 'I just want you to know that had nothing to do with you.'"
Victoria added, "Then she posted something on Twitter and Tumblr saying that she was actually talking about an experience on Broadway. Even though Ariana said it wasn't true, our fans still believed that I bullied her, and that really bothered me. I'm super anti-bullying, and I've never bullied anyone in my life. I want people to know that."