A Canadian citizen deported from Fiji last week for allegedly swearing at the country's president denies she abused Jioji Konrote.
Karen Seaton was deported just hours after protesting about land laws at parliament and denies swearing at the President saying she would never do such a thing.
The government said she breached the terms of her residency permit by using the F-word against Mr Konrote.
Fijivillage reports Ms Seaton was declared a prohibited immigrant by the Acting Prime Minister and Immigration Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.
An opposition party leader Sitiveni Rabuka said the deportation is shameful and the misuse of laws and hounding of critics must stop.
He has called on Mr Sayed-Khaiyum to explain why he declared Ms Seaton a prohibited immigrant and said the government's practice of making decisions to silence critics and then hiding behind civil servants must stop.