Actress Olivia Munn is slamming members of the media for suggesting she is to blame for her boyfriend Aaron Rodgers' current football field slump.
After starting the season unbeaten, Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers have lost their last three games, and in a recent article about the team's failure on the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's website, an online commentator blamed Munn for the quarterback's poor performance.
The fan wrote, "Ever since it came out about Olivia Munn and Rodgers, and her spouting off on (TV show) Watch What Happens Live! last year (14)) about their sex life, Rodgers is not a good QB. This team used to glorify God, but now there is no mention of Him from any of them. I believe God has taken His hand of blessing off of the Packers players."
According to the New York Daily News, several editors and journalists at a variety of media outlets ran stories based on those comments and suggested Munn was the cause of Rodgers' problems.
The actress is now blasting those publications and has specifically called out ESPN journalist Rob Demovsky for including her in a list of Rodgers' potential distractions.
She also accused the online commentator of racism after he reportedly wrote a series of derogatory comments.
"If ur (sic) going to validate a 'fan's' comments about me, please also include if he's a racist," she writes on Twitter.com.
"Playing it fast & loose w/the journalism @RobDemovsky," she continues. "Your professional skills are lacking... you must be having personal problems at home."
"The trolls can have their comments, it's not them I'm calling out, it's the journalists," she adds. "Thanks for the love though..."
Munn and Rodgers have been dating since May, 2014.