Chelsea Manning is alleged to have been caused from the danger zone following a moment of shock, the now deleted tweets are considering suicide.
Chelsea Manning, allegedly posted a few tweets on Sunday evening indicated that suicide contemplation, which have now been deleted.
Shortly after the tweet, Manning’s Twitter handle reported that she is safe and was on the phone with friends.
“Thank you all for your interest and please, give her some space,” the tweet read.
Manning, who currently lives in Bethesda, Maryland, announced her run for U.S. Senate earlier this year. She was sentenced to 35 years in prison in 2013 for violating the espionage act and leaking confidential information to WikiLeaks.
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President Barack Obama commuted her sentence in his last day in office in 2017.
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“I’m sorry – I tried – I’m sorry I let you all down,” Manning wrote in one of the now deleted tweets, The Daily News reported. “I’m really not cut for this world – I have tried to adapt to this world out here, but I could – I couldn’t – I can people I don’t know hate me, but not my friends,” she added. “I’ve tried, and I’m sad about my failure.”
Many on social media quickly jumped on her terrifying tweets, ask friends to contact to Manning or the authorities to ensure their safety.
** chelsea is safe. She is on the phone with friends, thanks to give all for your interest and please your little space
— Chelsea E. Manning (@xychelsea) may 28, 2018
The alarming messages came after a debate on social media with Dawn Ennis, a former ABC News assignment editor that criticized Manning’s remark that “the vote would not change anything.”
Ennis, who came out as transgender in 2013, posted on Twitter, “I am looking forward to an update on Chelsea is good in the morning. I really wish her all the best. And I expect a new wave of online anger and hatred, to greet me. Be friendly for all those fighting. I will work harder to remember that.”
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.