UPDATE June 16, 10:32 AM: "It's not true, I don't know what you are talking about," said Itatí Cantoral when talking about her alleged role on the new season of "Orange Is The New Black."

One of the most iconic villains in the history of Mexican telenovelas is making a comeback in “Orange Is The New Black” season 4.

On Saturday, Itatí Cantoral confirmed she will reprise the role of Soraya Montenegro in a series of promos for the Netflix original series. According to sources, Cantoral is scheduled to recreate “María La Del Barrio’s” famous scene, “Maldita Lisiada,” next to Esperanza (Adriana Welter).

“It’s incredible! Because they are going to put the most important Mexican villain, Soraya, in jail,” Cantoral told Excelsior. “They are going to adapt the role to the series tone and will make her a murderer.”

The 41-year-old actress added that she is amazed by the popularity the character has gained among millennials due to the many creative memes that continue to flood the internet and social media pages.

“I am very excited,” she said. “Because this character, that everyone is calling an icon, has become a social media phenomenon thanks to 15 and 16-year-old kids that didn’t even watch the telenovela but know who she is because of the memes.”

She continued, “I am very grateful for this character because it allows newer generations to know who I am thanks to this social media boom, and I’ve been receiving many job offers because of it.”

Cantoral confessed she decided to accept Netflix’s offer because it “was time to bring Soraya back” and “because the text [from the scene] is great!”

Cantoral was last seen on the small screen portraying the late Jenni Rivera on NBC Universo’s “El Vato,” an original scripted series about the life of regional Mexican singer El Dasa.

Prior to that, she entertained audiences in Mexico and the U.S. as Isabel Velasco in Univision’s comedic soap “Amores Con Trampa,” starring Africa Zavala, Ernesto Laguardia and Eduardo Yañez.

“Orange Is The New Black” season 4 will be available to stream on Netflix on June 17.