The Sex And The City star was ordered to appear at a New York court in June for a fraud trial, but her services were not required as the panel had already been filled.
However, Page Six later concocted a story claiming that the actress had objected to her responsibility, which was published despite Parker apparently spending hours on the phone to journalists denying the accusation.
Recalling the incident to Marie Claire, Parker stated that she was so "outraged" by the story that she spent the night "sobbing" to husband Matthew Broderick.
"For Page Six to be so cavalier - I was so outraged by the character assassination," she declared. "I have served so many times, I was asked to come speak at Jury Appreciation Day.
"I expect I should be more calloused by now, but I am so sensitive about not ever living up to anybody's worst idea about an actor who is well known."
Parker said last month that she is "desperately worried" about people thinking she abuses her celebrity status.
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