Fans are scratching their heads and even worrying after a cryptic tweet from former “Friends” star Matthew Perry revealed his therapy may have hit a bit of a snag.
The Chandler Bing actor, who has previously been vocal about his struggles with drug/alcohol addiction and depression, took to Twitter on Wednesday to share a simple but ominous message with fans.
“I got kicked out of therapy today,” he wrote, offering no follow-up or explanation.
Fans were quick to respond with messages of support for the famed comedic actor.
“I don’t know what is going on, but I hope you are alright and have people to support you,” one user wrote.
“Just remember, you are a strong, confident woman, who doesn’t need therapy,” one user joked, referencing a “Friends” episode in which Perry’s character uses the wrong sleep hypnosis tape.
“Please feel better ❤️ I hope you’re okay. You deserve love and happiness. You made me laugh when I was having rough times and always got me through it. You’re a brilliant, talented man and some day I believe you’ll see light in life. Addiction and depression will not rule you,” another noted.
Representatives for Perry did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment on the matter.
However, the post comes roughly five months after the star revealed that he’d been staying in a hospital for about three months after having surgery to repair a gastrointestinal perforation. At the time, he took to Twitter to muse about the hospital stay with his typical sarcastic humor.
“Three months in a hospital bed. Check,” he wrote at the time.
A spokeswoman for the actor said at the time he underwent an operation in Los Angeles and was “grateful for the concern and asks for continued privacy as he heals."