Broadway star Laura Osnes is clarifying why she didn’t take part in a theater creation that necessary entertainers to show confirmation of immunization after it was recently revealed that she was terminated over her refusal to get inoculated.

About a month prior, Osnes got news that she would should be immunized to carry on as an entertainer for the one-night advantage execution of “Insane For You.”

“I was frustrated however reacted that I would need to pull out,” Osnes wrote in a Tuesday Instagram post, clarifying that she has not been immunized against COVID-19.

“Note that none of my kindred entertainers ever ‘squeezed me on the matter,'” she added, referring to a past Page Six article that broke the information on her exit from the show.

She asserted taking a COVID-19 test to demonstrate her negative status wasn’t introduced to her as a choice, leaving her no decision except for to pull out from the exhibition.

Osnes safeguarded her choice to not get the immunization, stating, “I accept people reserve the option to do the examination, counsel a specialist, and reach their own decisions prior to choosing whether or not to get any infusions.”

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She added, “I remain by the choice my significant other [photographer Nathan Johnson] and I, with input from our doctor, have made for ourselves, our family arranging, and our future. This is such a lot of that is as yet unclear.”

Josh Gladstone, the imaginative chief at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Long Island where the exhibition will be held, revealed to Page Six they’re “sorry not to have Laura” as a cast part, yet that they “will anticipate working with Laura once more.”