Princess Diaries star Heather Matarazzo worries fans with disturbing tweets

Fans have expressed concern about a star of the popular Princess Diaries movies, who has posted a series of worrying messages on Twitter.

The Princess Diaries actress Heather Matarazzo has said she is “struggling to survive” and has “hit” [her] limit with life” in a series of tweets that have since been deleted.

The messages came from the American stars on Thursday official Twitter pageas she revealed her struggles trying to make it in Hollywood, BuzzFeed reported.

“I’ve reached my limit with all the games the universe is playing. I’m done. I’m tired. I really feel like a huge loss,” wrote the 39-year-old, who played Lilly in the 2001 Garry Marshall film. New York Post reports.

“I feel like a loss because I feel like I’ve been doing THE WORK for a long time, without complaining,” she said.

“I have accepted the disappointments, the rejections, etc. and have maintained that rejection is a diversion. I’ve had FAITH in the universe all the time, but today something broke. I feel cast.”

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She went on to say she wanted a “life-changing win” in another now-deleted tweet.

“I’ve given my life to acting for over 30 years. And I’m done struggling to survive,” she said. “I just need a win. A life-changing win. Because this isn’t it. F**k.”

The mail contacted Matarazzo’s representative for comment.

fans expressed concern for the star – saying they were “a little concerned” and offered support by “sending her love”.

Since starring in the 2001 Disney film and its 2004 sequel, Matarazzo has had roles in Welcome to the dollhouse, shout 3, sisters and Stored!

Her IMDb page lists two additional films currently in post-production: The Mattachine family and Paint.

This wouldn’t be the first time Matarazzo has been candid about wrestling in the industry.

In 2017 she told the Guardian: “I don’t know if I stepped back from Hollywood, or Hollywood stepped back from me.”

In the same interview, she also revealed that she was contemplating suicide after months of failed auditions in 2009.

“I thought, ‘What kind of sick and twisted universe is this?’ The fact that I’m still here is a miracle in itself,” she said.

She said people had the idea that all actors live “untouchable, beautiful lives” and stated, “But in reality, it’s just not the experience.”

Her reality was that she almost applied to become a Lyft driver in 2017, she told the paper.

“Most people think I’m probably getting a lot of money. But I really don’t, and most working actors don’t. I drive a dilapidated Prius and I just bought my first pair of new shoes in over two years,” she said.

The Princess’s Diary catapulted American actress Anne Hathaway to superstardom, winning an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for miserable in 2013.

This story originally appeared on New York Post and is reproduced with permission

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