EastEnders star June Brown hit the soap in a letter to a fan.
The actress played Dot Cotton on the BBC soap for 35 years, but last year fans were stunned when she revealed she’d quit.
She hit the soap for her handling of her character and decided not to renew her contract.
And now she’s still disappointed with Dot’s treatment, according to a letter a fan received.
What did June Brown say about EastEnders?
Actress June sent the fan signed pictures of herself and other cast members with her letter.
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The letter posted on Instagram reads: “Dear Alfie, I can’t agree more with you about the current EastEnders episodes, and I’m very glad you chose the drama channel.
“The reason I left was because I didn’t recognize the character you wrote for me, so I’m afraid you won’t see me again.”
She added, “You’ve mentioned my character in recent episodes. What rubbish they’ll write about me is everyone’s guess.
“Your June Brown ‘Dot’ x.”
June representatives did not want to add any further comment when contacted by ED! Were contacted.
How did she announce that she had left EastEnders?
The actress has been a regular star on the soap since she started in 1985 and remained constant between 1993 and 1997 except for a hiatus.
June revealed in a bombshell interview that she left the soap last year.
On a podcast she said, “I don’t want a retainer for EastEnders, I’ve gone, I’ve gone for good.
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“I sent her to Ireland, where she will stay. I left EastEnders. I came up with a limerick. It’s a little dirty.
“I went back to make a good story. Oh and oh, when I got back it was up in smoke. I have a small part, a very small part.
“And that ended up as a big wet fart. Unfortunately I will never return. “
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