Former President Bill Clinton's sexual assault accuser, Juanita Broaddrick, has hit out at Time for excluding quotes she gave the publication for an article in which it announced the "silence breakers," who spoke out about their experiences with sexual misconduct, were Time's "Person of the Year."

"Time magazine asked to interview me re: #metoo movement. The comments I gave were deemed of no value. I'd like to know why. Could it be I didn't fit in their liberal victim mold. @TIME," Broaddrick wrote on Twitter late Wednesday.

A representative of Time did not immediately reply to the Washington Examiner's request for a response.

The #metoo groundswell was propelled by women coming forward to allege Hollywood heavyweight Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed or assaulted them, prompting other women to share their stories of inappropriate behavior as well.

Broaddrick publicly claimed in 1999 the former president raped her in 1978 after the pair met in a hotel room to discuss Broaddrick volunteering on the then-Arkansas Attorney General's gubernatorial campaign.

Clinton has vehemently denied her accusations.