One week after it is announced that Ashlee Simpson-Wentz will leave "Melrose Place," Jessica Simpson writes on her Twitter that the show is "crap."
"Catching up on MP. Who writes this crap?" Jessica wrote on her Twitter page. "I have had bad scripts to work with, but this?"
Simpson, 29, continues, crediting her sister's short-lived role for generating buzz for the show. "Thank God my sister is amazing and got you some press."
Ouch! Jessica's zinger comes after Simpson-Wentz, 25, released a statement to People magazine confirming her split from the revamped show. "Having the chance to play Violet on Melrose Place has been a thrill," Ashlee's statement reads. "Although I always knew her story would come to a final, insanely unpredictable end, playing a creepy, unstable character was something I always wanted to do, so I jumped at the chance. Thanks to the CW and the entire cast and crew of 'Melrose Place' for allowing me this opportunity."
Producers for the show announced in September that Heather Locklear, 47, will reprise her role as bad girl Amanda Woodward on "Melrose Place."
"Melrose Place" airs Mondays on the CW.