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Sarah Hyland isn’t happy with CVS pharmacy and she’s making it known.
The Modern Family actress took to Twitter to criticize the chain, “Hey @CVSPharmacy when you tell a kidney transplant recipient that her medication will be ready before you close and that you will notify her when it’s ready to be picked up,” Hyland tweeted.
Adding, “F**king do it before you close. People like me can’t afford to go without medication.”
After her first angry tweet, Hyland continued by calling out the company for its incorrect store information online, “Also @CVSPharmacy maybe put the correct time you close on the internet.”
“Just a suggestion from a long time customer who needs medication for the rest of her life.”
Hyland has fought a lifelong battle with kidney dysplasia, a condition in which a baby’s kidneys don’t develop properly. She even underwent a kidney transplant in 2012.
Many followers took Hyland’s tweets as the star acting “irresponsible” and “privileged,” so again, she fought back.
“I’m also just in a bad mood because I’m in a lot of pain,” she said in a video posted to social media. “So call me a b**ch, I really don’t f**king care.”
CVS eventually responded stating they will follow up to resolve the matter. Hyland became skeptical of the message asking if it was a standard copy and paste response.
CVS stated it was not and kindly asked her to direct message them details.
Global News has reached out to CVS for further comment.