Actress Ellen Page arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood, California
Actress Ellen Page arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood, California March 2, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

Ellen Page has tweeted "f-ck that" to Queen Elizabeth as she is very angry with the royal. The "Juno" actress got upset with the British Monarch for honouring anti-gay politician Maurice Mills. The Hollywood actress, who came out as a lesbian last year, used the foul-mouthed attack against the Queen on Twitter.

Mills is a politician from Northern Ireland who once said that the reason why AIDS is so prevalent in Africa is because the country practices "filthy sodomy" and supports gays and lesbians. He also said that people died in America due to Hurricane Katrina because they were punished for supporting the LGBT community.

"The Queen honored a politician who blamed Hurricane Katrina & AIDS on LGBT people, fuck that," said the Oscar-nominated actress to her 1.2 million followers on Twitter. Check out her tweet here. Ellen shocked everyone when she came out as a lesbian in 2014 while giving a speech at a Las Vegas conference for LGBT teenagers. The actress said she was "tired of hiding" for so many years. She also admitted that she suffered for all the years because she was scared of her own identity.

When the Canadian actress bashed the Queen and the politician on her Twitter account, she referred to two following quotes from Mills. "The media failed to report that the hurricane occurred just two days prior to the annual homosexual event called the Southern Decadence festival [in New Orleans]," said Mills in 2005 when hurricane Katrina clicked 1300 people in the United States. According to the politician, the deaths due to hurricane was a warning to nations like Africa and U.S. where "such wickedness" like Gay culture is "promoted and practiced."

It was not the only time Mills put the blame of tragedies onto gays. According to him, AIDS also happened in Africa because of the "abominable and filthy practice of sodomy." His comments on gays and LGBT community drew strong criticism. John O'Doherty, director of The Rainbow Project in Ireland, told Daily Mail that he found Mills described Mills' comments as "ludicrous." He also expressed his disappointment at Mill's MBE honour and said he did not deserve it.

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