Jane Fonda has gone on the offensive after being canceled by QVC for a scheduled appearance to sell her new book.
The actress and activist took to her official website to lambast the cable net and the "extremist groups" she said pressured QVC into its decision.
In some circles, the Oscar-winning Fonda, 73, is still better-known for her opposition to the Vietnam War which peaked in 1972 when she posed for an infamous picture with North Vietnamese soldiers.
Today she wrote: "I was to have been on QVC today to introduce my book, Prime Time, about aging and the life cycle. The network said they got a lot of calls yesterday criticizing me for my opposition to the Vietnam War and threatening to boycott the show if I was allowed to appear."
"I am, to say the least, deeply disappointed that QVC caved to this kind of insane pressure by some well funded and organized political extremist groups. And that they did it without talking to me first.
"I have never shied away from talking about this as I have nothing to hide. I could have pointed out that threats of boycotts are nothing new for me and have never prevented me from having best selling books and exercise DVDs, films, and a Broadway play.
"Most people don’t buy into the far right lies. Many people have reached out to express how excited they were about my going onto QVC and hearing about my book.
"Bottom line, this has gone on far too long, this spreading of lies about me! None of it is true. NONE OF IT! I love my country. I have never done anything to hurt my country or the men and women who have fought and continue to fight for us.
"I do not understand what the far right stands to gain by continuing with these myths. In this case, they denied a lot of people the chance to hear about a book that can help make life better, easier and more fulfilling. I am deeply grateful for all of the support I have been getting since this happened, including from my Vietnam Veterans friends."
QVC execs have yet to respond.