Fine Gael TD Maria Bailey has been removed from the party's election ticket following a meeting of the executive council this evening.
In a statement, Ms Bailey said she was "disappointed" with the decision to be deselected to contest the next general election in the Dún Laoghaire constituency.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar met with the council to hear views from branch members on Ms Bailey's future.
Ms Bailey said she was informed at 5pm today in a letter from the Taoiseach that her deselection was being proposed.
He has hinted earlier today that her place on the ticket for the next general election may be in in jeopardy.
She said: "I had hoped to be able to move on and work hard to rebuild my reputation but at every turn there have been anonymous sources trying to reignite the story around me.
"I have not given another statement since July or commented since May in the interest of the party, except to say this is an internal party matter."
She says she was thankful for the opportunity to speak to the National Executive and remained a "proud member" of Fine Gael.
Fine Gael confirmed in a statement following tonight's meeting that Ms Bailey has been removed from the her constituency ticket follwoing the Taoiseach's recommendation.
The council has added Councillor Jennifer Carroll MacNeill to the ticket.
Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connorandh councillors Barry Ward and Jennifer Carroll MacNeill will contest the Dún Laoghaire constituency for the party in the next election.
Tonight's news follows Maria Bailey's demotion earlier this year following the "swing-gate" controversy at a Dublin hotel.
Ms Bailey issued a personal injuries claim against the Dean Hotel, which she later withdrew, after she fell from a swing on the premises.
Last month, Fine Gael members in Dun Laoghaire voted for a review of the party’s election ticket in the constituency.
Ms Bailey was not explicitly named in the vote which called on party headquarters to urgently review the election strategy for the area.
Since the controversy emerged, she has also been removed her from her position as chairperson of the Oireachtas Housing Committee.