Taking to Instagram, she wrote: "Try not to be jealous my people, but last night I went to help out at Sydney’s 24-7 Street Kitchen and Safe Space Community. Whilst walking down the footpath between the racks of donated clothing, two other helpers held up the greatest gem ever - this amazing cat appliqué panel thingy and squealed, 'oh Tziporah this is so YOU!' And really how could I refuse? We played dressups for a while but the consensus was in: cat T-shirt was definitely mine. Get woke! This is the sh!t!"
It comes a week after she posted a shocking image on Instagram, showing a back eye from an apparent physical assault.
The celebrity, who formerly was famed as actress Kate Fisher before stepping out of the spotlight and adopting her present name, appeared to take a swipe at police in an extended caption to go with the picture – which has left fans stunned and worried for her safety.
"You wanna take me on? So take me on!" she wrote, before adding additional text taking the police to task.
"The cops that don’t act. That laugh along matey matey with the abuser whilst the abused sits alone crying. That’s what happened."
The celebrity then added additional text, reassuring fans that she is alright.
"I’m ok! I have magnificent mates that are always around me! Please don’t be alarmed: the last thing I need is a panic situation where I get coppers at my door DEMANDING TO KNOW THE THRUTH (yep that’s how victims get treated... , like despite bruises we are somehow the attacker..... system sucks."