Washington, May 16 : Charlize Theron is so offended with reporters calling her "ugly" for her recent roles, she does not want them to comment on her looks anymore.
While the actress insists that she did work hard on looking unattractive for her Oscar-winning role in 'Monster', she was just in a no make-up look for her other recent roles, for which she is dubbed ugly.
But, the actress has now become vocal about her displeasure of being at the receiving end of such rude comments and has told the media that she won't tolerate it anymore.
"You better not be bringing up ugly," Contactmusic quoted her, as telling the new issue of W magazine.
However, she claims that she didn't do anything in order to play down her looks in 'North Country' or 'The Valley of Elah' - two films, for which her characters were touted as ugly.
"North Country was dirt. That's what happens when you go into a mine. In the Valley of Elah - that's when I took real offence, because that was just my real hair colour and me with no makeup," she said.
Also, the 32-year-old actress was upset with people saying that she chooses 'ugly' roles to win awards and favour as a serious actress.
She added: "It really irks me that people think I choose these roles because, if I'm not looking attractive, they will take me seriously. I'm sorry, but if I'm going to play a cop, I'm not going to be wearing eyeliner."
"I'm not going to wake up in a scene with lip gloss on, because that's not how women wake up, not even the most beautiful women."