‘Never again will I trust snakes’: Sheridan Smith lashes out at enemies, promises her lawyers are ‘ready’ in a cryptic outburst
Sheridan Smith issued a warning to her enemies on Friday night, telling ‘the snakes’ who betrayed her that her lawyers are ready to take them down.
When she took to Instagram to deliver the message, the smoking actress, 39, wrote: ‘Never again will I trust snakes! Shady snakes lay low and act big! Just wait until I tell you. ‘
She threatened legal action and added: ‘Lawyers standing by mfs [motherf**kers]. ‘
‘Lawyers at Attack’: Sheridan Smith issued a warning to her enemies on Friday night, telling ‘the snakes’ who betray her that her legal team is ready to take them down
During the social media outburst, the actress Cilla also shared a message that read, ‘We never lose friends. We just learn who the real ones are. ‘
The cryptic warning comes as Sheridan is busy writing an all-telling biography called Honestly.
In the upcoming book, due out in October 2021, Sheridan has vowed to speak out about how her success gave birth to her impostor syndrome.
She has also said she will describe her struggles with her mental health and the subsequent panic attacks.
Fuming: The actress wrote on Instagram ‘Never again will I trust snakes! Shady snakes lay low and act big! Just wait until I tell you. ‘
When she took to Twitter on Saturday, she told her fans, ‘I can’t wait for you guys to read the book, a lot of truths will come out! I hope you finally get it. ‘
According to publisher Penguin, the Legally Blonde star writes about ‘dark times and heartbreak’ as well as her silver screen and West End success.
Last year, Sheridan admitted she feared her mental health issues would resurface if she gave cameras access to her life for a documentary called Becoming Mum.
New Release: Sheridan has said she hopes people will ‘finally understand’ her after the release of her narrative book Honestly: My Story in October (pictured in 2020)
She said, “Nobody knows what’s going on behind everything,” she told the cameras. The biggest concern is that you’ve had mental health issues in the past – will it resurface? ‘
While pregnant, the star said, ‘I still have these underlying issues so I went back to the medication and that was the right thing to do but I was constantly worried it would affect the baby – I feel me really selfish. ‘
Luckily, Sheridan celebrated her son Billy’s first birthday with an elaborate jungle theme at home with close family earlier this month.
The actress took to Instagram to share the special day with her followers, writing, “My dear Billy’s first birthday … Becoming a mother has been the most rewarding job in the world.”
Becoming a mother was the most rewarding job in the world: Sheridan recently celebrated her son Billy’s first birthday at home with close family
The Two Pints of Lager actress was known for erratic behavior, anxiety, and self-doubts and admitted in December, “ I don’t think I’ve ever felt like this before.
‘No matter what happened in my career, I’ve always felt insecure, worried about what people thought of me. And now I feel happy. That is new.
‘I never knew I would be this person – a mother. Things used to seem so complicated, and now everything is so simple. I love Billy so much. I hold him and he looks at me and I know that he loves me too and that he needs me.
‘I’ve been looking for this all my life. I’ve looked in the wrong places – nightclubs, going out drinking, pushing myself with work. Now I have found in this little baby that I am at peace with everything. ‘
Grounded: First time mom revealed having a baby made her feel ‘peaceful’ (pictured with her fiancé Jamie Horn)