PATSY Palmer declared on Instagram "yesterday is history" after her explosive Good Morning Britain interview last week.
The soap star wrote the telling comment to her 351,000 followers on the site today after refusing to chat to GMB hosts Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid live on air.
Patsy, famous for playing Bianca Jackson on EastEnders, shut her laptop on the presenters when she spotted a tag line lifted from her biography that described her as an "addict to wellness guru".
But the 48-year-old star, who has been clean of drugs and alcohol since September 2004, was not impressed with the labels and decided to exit the interview.
Patsy shared a selfie on Instagram today and captioned it: "Hope you have a Good & Proper week this week !! Yesterday is history , Tommorow is a mystery so what’s today ?
"All together now …. THE PRECIOUS PRESENT !!! The gift that keeps on giving . 🦋🦋"
Following her photo, she added a cryptic message on her Instagram Story writing: "You're healing. And that terrifies them.
"They've never met a woman who can break several times and put herself back together using nothing but self love."
Patsy was appearing live from her home in Malibu and was cuddling her dog as she appeared via video link on GMB last week.
However, she seemed unimpressed from the off and wasn't overly talkative as she stared intently at her screen.
She then leaned in even closer to read what was written under the video as Susanna asked for her views on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Patsy began to give an answer before changing her mind, saying: "Y'know what, actually, I don't even want to do this interview because I don't even want to look at what it says at the bottom of the screen.
"So I'm going to switch off, do a real Piers Morgan, and just say that it's not okay to have 'addict to wellness guru' at the bottom of the screen."
As the hosts began to apologise, Patsy interrupted: "My issues… I had them years ago, they were talked about by me many, many years ago and it's over so I'm not going to talk about it.
"I don't really want to talk to you."
The screen cut out as Ben clarified: "That was obviously a quote from Patsy's book and it certainly wasn't our intention…"
However, Patsy hit back at Ben's explanation of the "addict to wellness" description.
She said: "I haven't written a book in 20 years so don't believe that either.
"Guess what people! People change and grow and live happy healthy lives, so stop trying to make people small and worthless.
"Finish it now. Thank you for all of your kind words."
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