"Orange is the New Black" star Taryn Manning feels she has been abandoned by her Hollywood allies, but at least one co-star is reaching out to send love.
Following the missed NYC premiere of her hit Netflix show, Manning posted a lengthy statement on Instagram that addressed a myriad of topics, including cyberbullies and her professional advisors
Manning also used her platform to rant about other social issues, such as treatment of animals.
"I love you guys. Please help the animals. Don’t eat animals anymore. You don’t understand what you’re doing to your body and what you’re subscribing to. It’s not healthy to eat slaughtered animals! Eating their fear," Manning wrote.
The star, who plays Tiffany “Pennsatucky” Doggett on the show, writes, "My life was stolen from a criminal who’s mentally ILL and no one cares to help so i am dedicated to learning how to make a difference."
"F--k fame!" Manning wrote, explaining that, "I do not need to ever work again in this town. I’ve been dropped by everyone for having a backbone. I was dropped because a person terrorizes me daily and them too. So my team, they just turn away. Like a car accident."
She also feels that the ladies from Litchfield Penitentiary have abandoned her, and that, "Not one cast member cares about me."
In response to her outcry, "OITNB" co-star Lori Petty reached out with a message of love for Manning.
"Hey. I love you," the star who plays inmate Lolly Whitehill on the Netflix show wrote in the comments.
As we reported, Manning worried fans earlier this week after posting an ominous message on social media.
After we spoke to the star, she explained that cyberbullies have been making her life a living hell.
Netflix execs nor "OITNB" producers have made any comments in regards to Manning's situation.