Game Of Thrones actor Conleth Hill denied being responsible for the show's coffee cup flaw.
Spectators mocked the fantasy epic when a rogue container was discovered on a table during an episode last season.
Emilia Clarke, who played Daenerys Targaryen, later said that Co-Star Hill, who is the spy master, Lord Varys, admitted to being responsible.
However, Hill said on Channel 4's Sunday brunch, "I should have had enough to give Mr. Man a poor coffee cup."
"I took a shot for Emilia Clarke and she advertised me."
"You know, there is no proof that I did it, so blame me!"
And the actor joked, "I just do not comment until I have a lawyer … It was definitely not a product placement!"
Commenting on Jimmy Fallon's US talk show, Clarke, who earlier appeared on Jimmy Fallon's US talk show, said: "We recently had a party in front of the Emmys and Conleth playing Varys, who sits next to me in this scene, pulls me aside and he's like: "Emilia, I have something to tell you, dear. The coffee cup was mine. "
The hugely popular fantasy epic ended its eight-year run in May, but many fans remained disappointed and signed an online petition calling for a remake of recent episodes with "competent writers."