Letitia Wright has slammed The Hollywood Reporter for lumping her with actors who have been accused of abuse and sexual misconduct.

The magazine recently published an article by Scott Feinberg titled "How Personal Baggage Will Impact Oscar Chances," which mentioned Wright's comments on vaccines in 2020, for which she had already apologized. The said piece talked about her alongside actors like Will Smith, Brad Pitt, Woody Allen and Roman Polanski.

"I had to unblock @hollywoodreporter just to post this. Scott Feinberg and all at this publication. You're all incredibly disrespectful," Wright wrote on Instagram Story Tuesday. "How dare you. You mentioned my name alongside men who have been accused of abuse & sexual misconduct. This is vile behavior. At this point a personal vendetta towards me."

She went on to share that she has "done nothing wrong but respectfully refused to do interviews with this publication," and added, "Stop your nonsense."

The 29-year-old actress also noted that she "apologized TWO years ago" and "remained silent on the topic [vaccination]."

"You lied and said I continued talking about it with my cast & crew on my set. THIS WAS NOT TRUE. ASK MY PRODUCER AND DIRECTOR. Your agenda towards me is now even more clear. I won't remain silent," she added. "Stop your disgusting behavior."

Wright made headlines in 2020 when she raised concerns regarding ingredients present in the COVID-19 vaccine and shared a video mentioning the same, which was later deleted from social media. Due to the backlash, the actress deactivated her social media accounts for some time.

After calling out The Hollywood Reporter, the actress shared another Instagram story, noting, "This personal agenda with your friends at @hollywoodreporter is disgusting. I've remained silent as the world told me to kill myself two years ago for a video I posted and apologized for."

"I kept my head down and focused on my craft. And now I'm at the other side of it," she said further. "Here you are, as a so called journalist we are meant to trust, putting my name into this nasty article for what?"

The "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" star concluded the post by sharing that she was "still here," making an impact and creating projects that "touch people's hearts and it's not going to stop."

A Twitter user shared screenshots of the Instagram Stories on the microblogging platform.

Wright will be next seen in the movie "Surrounded," which is currently under post-production. The flick is helmed by director Anthony Mandler.

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Pictured: Letitia Wright attends the "Mangrove" opening film and European Premiere during the 64th BFI London Film Festival at BFI Stephen Street on October 07, 2020 in London, England. Dave J Hogan/Getty Images