Fransen and Britain First leader, Paul Golding, were charged last month with causing religiously aggravated harassment and were both bailed to appear before Medway Magistrates’ Court on October 17.
Both have been required to present themselves weekly at a police station as part of their bail conditions but the pair has spent the last few weeks touring far-right events across Europe.
On Friday Fransen conducted a phone interview with Radio Aryan whose tagline is ‘SAVE THE FATHERLAND’.
She said: “We’re away against our will if you like, I’m actually desperate to get home - I’ve got so many activities to organise and carry out in Britain and at the minute I literally can’t come home because if I do I’m going to be arrested and detained.
“The whole ‘fugitive’ status is not as fun as it may seem.”
Fransen appeared shortly after the show had aired part 35 of its retelling of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf.
The original charge against Fransen and Glding relates to the distribution of leaflets in the Thanet and Canterbury areas and videos posted to social media during a gang rape trial at Canterbury Crown Court in May.
That trial saw Shershah Muslimyar, 21, Tamin Rahmani, 38, Rafiullah Hamidy, 24 and a 17-year-old all convicted and jailed for the rape of a 16-year-old girl in Ramsgate.
Fransen, 31, faces four counts of causing religiously aggravated harassment and Golding, 35, faces three counts, Kent Police said.
The pair, both from Penge in south east London, were arrested on May 10.