The demonstrators are currently participating in a six-day Reclaim The Power action camp in the West Sussex after Cuadrilla began its exploratory oil drilling at the site.
The Brighton Pavilion MP was taking part in the protest and was a part of road blocking demonstration against the energy company.
Police served a Public Order Act notice earlier on Monday under section 14, telling the crowd might cause serious damage to property or disrupt community life.
As the former party leader was removed from the protest site, Miss Lucas has told the reporters: ‘People here do not need and do not want fracking.
‘What’s at stake is the liveability of our planet and our future.’
‘I think it’s right that people are prepared to put their beliefs out there in the way that they are now.
‘People have written to MPs but there is a real sense that the government is not listening.’
Cuadrilla has stated to condemn all illegal direct action against its operations.
Earlier, campaigners forced their way into the company’s HQ in Lichfield, Staffordshire.
Cuadrilla has temporarily suspended its operations at Balcombe site ahead of the six-day protest camp near the site.
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