Chelsea Handler called out her high school in New Jersey for not including her into their alumni hall of fame over her comments on Roe v. Wade.

Handler is one of the celebrities who had spoken up against the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

"Last night, I mentioned that I had three abortions in high school," the 47-year-old comedian said during "Jimmy Kimmel Live" show's monologue Wednesday. "Do you know what men on the internet had to say about that? I don’t because I don’t give a f--k."

Handler went on to share how she found out her "high school in New Jersey, Livingston High School, is refusing to induct" her into their "alumni hall of fame," adding "Jason Alexander and Chris Christie made it, but not me."

The comedian explained her school was apparently "upset" about how much she talked about her abortions in high school.

"I’ve decided to start a grassroots campaign," she added. "You should donate to Planned Parenthood, and then march, and then vote, but after you’re done with that, go online and tweet a message to the school district for my alma mater @LivSchools. Let them know how you feel about this gross injustice and use the hashtag #Hall4Handler."

She also encouraged her fans to "have fun with it," and make her "proud" by campaigning for her. "Livingston High, the hall is in your court," she concluded.

The clip was shared on Twitter by the official handle of the show.

Fans shared their reactions in the comments section.

"I don't hate her, but not sure she is much of a "role model" for HS kids," one of the fans wrote while another one added, "She is no role model for young women, she is awful. Good job @LivSchools."

In response to Handler’s monologue, Livingston Public Schools said these statements are "false," People reported. "We are saddened that Ms. Handler would use her platform to amplify a political message at the expense of our school community."

On the personal front, Handler is dating stand-up comic Jo Koy.

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Comedian Chelsea Handler didn't move to Spain, even though she "really, really" wanted to after Donald Trump won the presidency. Netflix