The 32-year-old tattoo fetish model, who claimed an 11-month affair with Sandra Bullock's husband Jesse James, blasted critics who were linking her to white power and Nazism.
This is a "No Nazi Zone!" declared her Web site on Monday, noting that people that help build her site come from many racial backgrounds.
Previously, TMZ had run photos of McGee wearing a Nazi hat and armband and little else. The site suggested that "W" and "P" tattoos on her legs stood for white power. They later published a picture of a refrigerator that had white power spelled out in kiddy magnets and linked it to McGee. The site did not source the photo.
McGee had fired back to In Touch Weekly that the letters on her legs stood for something sexually interesting rather than anything racist.
McGee's website addressed the issue head on this week.
"The Nazi pin-up photos of Michelle were not for our Official website and they would NEVER be published here. Over the years, Michelle has shot with many photographers with different concepts and ideas. In this case, hired as a professional model, she fell victim to a photographer's stupid idea."
No word on whether TMZ had a picture of the right refrigerator.
Rumors and innuendo have swirled around McGee since a March 17, 2010 article in which she claimed a torrid sexual affair with James while Bullock was filming her Oscar winning role in "The Blind Side."
In the aftermath, James made a public apology without admitting any specific guilt. Bullock, according to People, has already moved out of the house she shares with James, but she has remained out of sight, cancelling two recent press events to promote "Blind Side" in Europe.