Kirstie Alley has decided to open up about her romantic past, and revealed that Patrick Swayze rejected her offer for sex.
Earlier, the 61-year-old actress confessed that she and the later actor fell in love on the set of their 1985 TV series, "North and South" -- though they were both married to other people at the time.
The star has revealed all in her new book, "The Art of Men (I Prefer Mine al Dente)" and now she tells "Entertainment Tonight" that Swayze resisted her sexual advances while they worked together on the sitcom.
The actress told "ET" that after a night of partying, she told Swayze, "I want to make love with you. I just don't care anymore, let's just do it," to which he responded, "No…come on, you're drunk…Kirstie, you don't really want to do it…you're not that kind of girl."
Both were married at the time and Alley says the affair wasn't sexual, but she feels guilty for the emotional betrayal.
"We did not have an affair. But again, I think what I did was worse. Because I think when you fall in love with someone when you're married, you jeopardize your own marriage and their marriage -- it's doubly bad," she explained.
Alley seems to have a problem falling in love while married. Earlier she also revealed that her former "Look Who's Talking" co-star and longtime friend John Travolta is the "greatest love" of her life. Again, the actress resisted acting on her feelings as she was married at the time to actor Parker Stevenson.
The actress also appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," on Nov. 8 and reiterated the relationships with Swayze and Travolta weren't sexual.
"It's a little hard not to confuse the boundaries," the actress said. "When you're on a set for six months, the lines get blurred. You see stars get divorced everyday because people DO have sex, Jimmy!"