When a follower tweets that the illness is doctors' conspiracy to make money, the 'Jurassic World' actor fires back by calling her 'useless human being' and telling her to 'smarten up.'

AceShowbiz - Actor Vincent D'Onofrio has attacked one of his Twitter followers after she suggested America's mental health issues are a scam.

"The Magnificent Seven" star took to the microblogging site to share his thoughts about mental illness on Monday, January 07, calling it "an issue that families deal with on an hourly basis thru (sic) their life".

He added the problem is "a relentless battle w/no (with no) clear end", prompting Twitter user @SukiStickyNotes to respond: "Mental health is a racket for doctors to make money off of a society that is abusive and brutal."

"Rather than give real help, they just prescribe pills and humor you. Doctors are just as confused as their patients. It's the blind leading the blind."

Irate D'Onofrio was far from impressed and threatened to block her from his account.

"What an idiotic thing to say," the "Jurassic World" star raged. "Shame on you. Peoples (sic) suffering is real. You useless human being. Smarten up or go find your rock. If you spread additional false info on my feed you will be blocked. I promise you won't miss me. Be better."

It is unclear what prompted Vincent's initial comments about the mental health issues facing America, but he has addressed his personal struggles with depression and anxiety in the past.

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