THE Brady Bunch actress Eve Plumb has hit back at her former co-star Maureen McCormick after her one-time friend accused her of sabotaging a planned reunion.
MCCormick, who played Marcia on the hit 1970s sitcom, recently claimed Plumb, who starred as her sister Jan, turned down the chance to reunite on TV - insisting her former pal can't forgive her for joking about their 'lesbian romance'.
MCCormick made a gag about her relationship with Plumb last year (08) - claiming the pair enjoyed a brief fling while filming the show.
She later insisted her comments were meant in jest - but stated Plum took offence and subsequently refused to appear on Oprah Winfrey's TV series.
The actress wrote on her Fancast.com Internet blog, "All of us said yes except for one person, Eve Plumb, who used to be my best friend but now apparently wants to distance herself from the show and, most troubling, from me.
"I have no idea why, unless she's mad at the joke I made a few years ago that we'd had a lesbian love affair. I made the crack to be funny - and for shock value. I'm sorry if she took offence."
Plumb's representatives have hit back at MCCormick's claims - her agent , Mark Measures, tells New York Post gossip column PageSix, "No one from Oprah called. We haven't turned down anything. There is no feud."