In a message to a fan
The actress played Dot Cotton in the BBC soap for 35 years before shocking fans by announcing her departure last year.
She chastised the show for how it handled her role and decided not to extend her contract.
According to a letter received from a fan, she is still dissatisfied with Dot’s treatment.
June Brown had something to say about EastEnders.
June included signed photos of herself and other cast members in her reply to the admirer.
The letter posted to Instagram reads: “Dear Alfie, I couldn’t agree with you more about the current EastEnders episodes and I’m very glad you chose to watch the drama channel.
“The reason I left was because I no longer recognised the character they were writing for me so I’m afraid you won’t see me again.”
She added: “They are already mentioning my character in the current episodes so what rubbish they will write about me is anyone’s guess.
“Yours, June Brown ‘Dot’ x.”
Representatives for June did not wish to add further comment when contacted by ED!.
What was her method of announcing her departure from EastEnders?
The actress has been a regular on the soap since its inception in 1985, with the exception of a brief hiatus between 1993 and 1997.
In a shocking interview, June revealed she had left the drama last year.
She said on a podcast: “I don’t want a retainer for EastEnders, I’ve left, I’ve left for good.
“I’ve sent her off to Ireland where she’ll stay. I’ve left EastEnders. I did make up a limerick. It’s a bit dirty.
“I went back to do a good story. Alas and alack, when I got back it had gone up in smoke. I got a small part, a very small part.
“And that ended up as a big wet fart. Alas and alack, I will never go back.”
EastEnders: In a message to a fan