"I made a gruelling trip only to be turned away by the prime minister. I am very disappointed. He will not even talk to me by telephone," the animal rights activist said.
Bardot said she was detained for more than two hours by Canadian customs and immigration staff upon her arrival last night.
"At one point, I thought they would turn me away," she said in a telephone interview.
"I had to pay a sort of ransom and they gave me permission to stay only two days. I think I've stirred things up a bit, so they're trying to unsettle me."
Bardot last came here in 1977 and kicked off three decades of protests against the seal hunt by hugging a fluffy white doe-eyed pup on an ice floe for photographers.
The years have not been kind to Brigitte, but her inflated sense of self-importance have not diminished.
Good to see that Harper can't spare the time to listen to a washed-up actress whose credentials to discuss the issue consist solely of having the hottest French actress 50 years ago.
Celebrity does not equal credibility.
Source: The Australian