Brood sent Affane packing back to Chelsea after being left disappointed with the Swede's attitude during his loan spell.
Affane claimed it was Brood who was out of order, threatening to sign him for three years "to wash cars".
"Such an interview says everything about how the boy is put together," blasted Brood to Voetbal International.
"You have no idea what we have done to get him on the right path. I have long protected him, trusted him, and given opportunities.
"But at some point you have to stop.
"This decision was very widely supported, the staff, the office and also in the squad. Now he's disappointed and he comes out with the most ridiculous accusations. They are so absurd that I cannot even seriously respond.
"I just had to laugh when I heard those stories."