Debby Ryan is speaking out for the first time since Cameron Boyce's death, saying she's "confused and devastated and angry."
The actress, who starred with Boyce on the Disney Chanel series "Jessie," opened up about his passing on Instagram last night.
Sharing several snaps of them together, she began her tribute saying the 20-year-old's death "ripped me up" and adding, "I keep trying and I can’t make anything make sense."
Ryan continued her heartbreaking message, describing Boyce as "blameless and relentlessly joyful; he was good."
Ryan emphasized "through and through, Cam is good, in all ways and to all people. And the most alive."
"It’s wrong. I am so confused and devastated and angry," she says of her feelings.
The actress then turns the focus to changing her attitude towards his death, saying her negativity over the circumstance "isn’t very Cam."
"He’d cast any shade of sadness or darkness in colors of positivity; he couldn’t help himself but to always leave you smiling, or laughing, or dancing," Ryan writes. "So sincere, kid Truth. He was good."
Thinking of his family, she adds her "heart is with his parents, Vic and Libby, full of grace, and his wonderful sister Maya. An unimaginable sorrow."
"Jessie" lasted four seasons and was on the air from 2011-2015.
Ryan says she's grateful for her tv family "with whom to uniquely grieve our guy — Peyton, Skai, Kevin and Karan, whose soul is also far too special to have to experience this depth of grief."
Adding, "There are beautiful connections and beams of light, ever present, truly the fingerprints of Cam still around and showing up in the midst of this. I love him so much. Forever."
Ending her post, Ryan says a sweet goodbye to her friend.
"You’re alive in the legacy of love you built, and I will keep that light burning in me for the rest of my journey. The world was robbed. We’re better for you," she wrote.
This comes just days after she posted a heartbreaking video of them from the Disney show, without any caption by a broken heart.
Ryan's not the only co-star to break down over the death of Boyce.
His "Descendants" castmate Dove Cameron posted a tearful tribute to the star and read a letter she wrote about his death.
As The Blast reported, Boyce died on Saturday at his home in Los Angeles. At the time, his family released a statement and revealed he suffered from a seizure, but The Blast has learned he also quietly suffered from epilepsy.
Law enforcement sources told us that Boyce had a history of epileptic seizures, and his family relayed that information to investigators after the young star died.
Boyce's official cause of death has not been determined, as officials need to run toxicology tests following his autopsy.