Los Angeles-based conservative radio station LA Talk Radio has reportedly fired Susan Olsen for using homophobic slurs in criticizing a gay actor.

Olsen, who played Cindy Brandy for five years on the ABC sitcom The Brady Bunch, lunged at out actor Leon Acord after he called for her firing as the co-host of Two Chicks Talkin' Politics.

“It is wildly irresponsible for LA Talk Radio to allow a Trump fanatic to co-host one of their programs, where she can spew her idiotic lies unchecked. (Being a liberal and a patriot are mutually exclusive? Hillary Clinton is causing the protests & hate crimes? The Koran is a political tract?)” Acord wrote in a Facebook post. “As much as I love [host] Sheena Metal, I think LA Talk Radio needs to give 'Cindy Brady' her walking papers, I will not listen to or appear on any shows there from this point forward until she's gone. This isn't just disagreeing on, say, tax plans or foreign policy. Susan Olsen spreads outrageous misinformation & it is dangerous and unprofessional.”

Acord later shared a private Facebook message he received from Olsen.

“Hey there little pussy, let me get my big boy pants on and Reallly take you on!!! What a snake in the grass you are you lying piece of shit too cowardly to confront me in real life so you do it on Facebook. You are the biggest faggot ass in the world the biggest pussy! My Dick is bigger than yours Which ain’t sayin much! What a true piece of shit you are! Lying faggot! I hope you meet your karma SLOWLY AND PAINFULLY,” she wrote.

In a separate Facebook post, she called Accord “human waste.”

Without mentioning Olsen by name, LA Talk Radio said in a statement that it would not “tolerate hateful speech by anyone associated with our radio station” and that it had “severed ties” with a host who had “veered off the direction in which we are going.”

LA Talk Radio's website has also been scrubbed from any mention of Olsen and her show, showing users an “Access Denied” message on those pages.

Ironically, Olsen decried homophobic rhetoric in 2003, saying that her Brady Bunch dad, Robert Reed, who died of AIDS complications in 1992, would still be alive today if society was more accepting of his sexuality.

“Had [Reed] been allowed to form a relationship with another man, he would have been the best husband ever and might still be alive,” Olsen wrote.