Mandy Moore is getting honest — if a little cryptic — about a recent "betrayal" done to her by someone "intimately" involved in her personal life.
The actress opened up with her fans about the recent unfortunate events, writing that she hoped to learn from the "upsetting" situation.
She shared the rare snippet of her personal life on Instagram on Tuesday, posting a photo of herself with a serious expression on her face, seemingly in a dressing room, while pumping (she welcomed her second son with husband Taylor Goldsmith in October of 2022.)
Mandy first wrote on her Instagram Stories: "At work. Dealing with some upsetting personal betrayal stuff from a new person in my life and trying to parse through what to learn from it."
She then wondered: "Don't trust people? Don't be too generous?" before revealing: "[I] want to let this go but this was someone who was intimately involved in my life for a short period."
The This is Us alum added: "Man, some people really let you down," and that: "The selfishness and lack of respect and entitlement is WILD."
Mandy followed the first Instagram Story with a separate, second selfie, which sees her with a more hopeful look on her face, and there she wrote: "Deep breath. So grateful for my family and babies and this life. I won't let anyone ROB that joy from me. Onward and upward, right?"
She and her husband, the lead lead singer of Dawes, tied the knot in 2018 and have two sons together, August "Gus" Harrison, two, and Oscar "Ozzie" Bennett, five months.
Mandy didn't add more context on the situation, but in a third and final Instagram Story on the subject, she shared another selfie in which she is doing a peace sign, and she wrote: "Let them know and let it go."
The mom-of-two, who at the end of last year completed a six year tenure on This is Us, is currently working on the second season of Peacock's Dr. Death, in which she stars as investigative journalist Benita Alexander, alongside Joshua Jackson, who plays lead character Dr. Christopher Duntsch.
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