Taryn Manning Raises Concerns After Strange Outing in Underwear

Actress Taryn Manning has recently sparked concern among fans and the public after she was spotted stepping out in her underwear, a move that has raised eyebrows, especially in the wake of her controversial defense of Danny Masterson following his rape conviction.

Masterson was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison for raping two women in the early 2000s, but Manning slammed the public for “crucifying” him, noting that it was just a “mistake.” She recently caused a stare amongst fans after claiming that “Orange is the New Black” producers were “abusive.”

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Taryn Manning Sighted Wearing Underwear In Public

Manning’s decision to step out in her underwear, captured by paparazzi, comes as a surprising and unexpected turn of events. The images have fueled concern and speculation about her emotional state and personal well-being.

In photos shared by the Daily Mail, she was pictured strolling along Palm Springs in an underwear and crop top while holding her dog in her arms. She donned black underwear and a crop top, adding a jacket and red mini boots.

The actress, known for her roles in “Orange Is the New Black” and other notable projects, recently took to her Instagram account to share a video of herself dancing in her bedroom in nothing but her black underwear, crop top, and jacket.

She danced along to Mighty Mo Rodgers’ “Black Coffee and Cigarettes” alongside her dog. In addition, Manning rocked mini red boots as she recorded herself dancing in the mirror.

She Sparked Controversy For Defending Danny Masterson

Fans Concerned Over Taryn Manning Possibly High And Driving

Manning recently made headlines when she publicly defended her former colleague, Danny Masterson, after he was convicted of rape. Her vocal support of Masterson’s character and integrity garnered significant attention and ignited debates online.

According to the Daily Mail, the actress shared a now-deleted video post to her Instagram account, slamming the public for “crucifying” him for making a “mistake.”

“There’s no human on this planet that doesn’t deserve to have the best life and to be happy and free because you are made in the image of the good Lord, made perfectly just the way you are,” she shared.

“He made a mistake, but everyone just keep going, keep crucifying him, as if he’s not already suffering,” she continued before urging critics to “leave him alone.”

Taryn Manning Criticizes Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis


The controversy surrounding the defense of Masterson following his rape conviction took another twist, with Manning criticizing his former colleagues, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, for issuing an apology for writing character reference letters on Masterson’s behalf.

In the footage, the “Cleaveland Abduction” actress accused the couple of humiliating somebody that she “actually really loved and cared for.” In her caption for the post, she noted that the “biggest disgrace of the year” was “Mila and Ashton back peddling” on their character reference for Masterson.

“Stand for something,” she added before revealing that she has never and “will never” vote.

Kutcher and Kunis, who appeared alongside Masterson in the hit sitcom “That ’70s Show,” had come under fire for submitting character reference letters during Masterson’s trial. 

The couple wrote to the judge on the issue, asking for leniency in his sentencing. The move ignited a firestorm of debate as some of his old posts and comments began to resurface.

Taryn Manning Slams ‘OITNB’ Producers As ‘Abusive’


Manning recently made headlines for sharing her feelings about her time on the popular series “Orange Is the New Black.” According to Entertainment Weekly, she accused the series’ staff of “abusive” behavior related to the press cycle surrounding her character’s rape-centered storyline.

“On ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ which most people know me for, thinking that that’s my only project, it was written that I was raped. I was raped on the show, remember?” She said in the now-deleted post. “No one ever told me that, when I had to hit the press, the amount of the wall I’d be up against. ‘So what was it like to be raped on the show?’ The most divisive, pervasive topic on the planet, and I had to stand up and be the spokesperson for rape. That’s abusive to me.”

She then called out the show creator for not preparing her to discuss such a topic in interviews for the series.

“Nobody ever told me what I would be up against. You just dropped that on me in that season, you just dropped it on me. ‘Oh, she’s just going to get raped, you’re just going to have to deal with it in the press.’ How abusive that was,” she added.

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