Washington, Sept 5 : Eva Mendes is furious with the censor board for allowing violence on TV screens and not her Calvin Klein TV ad that featured a 'nip slippage'.
Since the ad was pulled from U.S. TV networks last month (Aug08) before it aired, only few people have seen the Secret Obsession promo.
The ad came under fire for being too provocative.
And now, Mendes thinks that she knows what all the fuss is about.
"I was rolling around in bed for the commercial spot and I had a little situation - one of the girls (breasts) wanted to say hello... Basically, I had a nipple slippage and it made the commercial cut because it was so natural and so beautiful and it was very quick," Contactmusic quoted her, as saying.
"(Yet) the censors wouldn't have me for it (sic) and they pulled it," she added.
The actress admits she's a little upset the sexy ad won't be seen on TV, she said: "We can show guns everywhere and stuff but we can't show a woman's nipple; that's a bit backwards to me."