The comments show the degradation of Julian Assange's relationship with Ecuador, which allowed him to stay in the London embassy for almost seven years.
Jennifer Robinson (centre) says Ecuador has made "outrageous allegations" against Julian Assange.
Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno says no other country had an influence over the decision to revoke the WikiLeaks founder's asylum.
"The politics of the case with respect with Ecuador's change of government with Lenin Moreno coming to power and ever since then inside the embassy it's become more and more hard to the point where Human Rights Watch said was akin to solitary confinement", she said. He now faces jail for breaching bail and possible extradition to the US.
The 47-year-old was dragged out by police in dramatic scenes on Thursday and now faces up to 12 months in prison for breaching his United Kingdom bail.
He told The Guardian: "We can not allow our house, the house that opened its doors, to become a centre for spying".
Assange took refuge at the embassy after losing his battle against extradition to Sweden, where he faced allegations including rape.
"This activity violates asylum conditions".
Julian Assange's lawyer has accused Ecuador of making "outrageous allegations" like smearing faeces on the embassy's walls to justify allowing police to arrest the WikiLeaks founder.
The president also made references to Assange's apparently poor hygiene following allegations made by Ecuador's interior minister, Maria Paula Romo. The US has also requested his extradition, charging him with conspiracy to hack government computers.
Assange is now expected to fight extradition to the USA over an allegation that he conspired with former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to break into a classified government computer.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has joined Assange's supporters in saying he should be protected against extradition to the United States because he exposed evidence of "atrocities" in Iraq and Afghanistan.