Josephine Gillan, famous for her role as Marei in the "Game of Thrones" franchise has alleged that her baby was "kidnapped" last week by Israeli authorities. 

The 31-year-old actress asked for public support after opening up her experience on a popular social media platform. On Wednesday, she revealed that her eight-month-old daughter Gloria had been taken by the Israeli social services on August 4.

She said that Gloria has been living with a friend since she was five months old. According to the "Game of Thrones" alumnus, the decision was recommended by the Middle Eastern country's social services after she was diagnosed with postnatal depression.

Gillan also started a GoFundMe account after the accident. She stated that she has been busy with motherhood after the end of "Game of Thrones" in May. In her page, she mentions that she "came to Israel to have [her] baby … I raised and cared for Gloria from birth."

She also credits her friend and her amazing family for taking care of Gloria. In the GoFundMe campaign, Gillan asked for the public's help to shoulder legal costs after she claimed that the baby was taken without her permission. 

She alleges that the Israeli authorities have kidnapped the baby and was taken "to another family." She added that "I'm not allowed to see her or have contact," adding that she wasn't around when Gloria was supposedly abducted. 

Gillan also believes that she and her friend haven't done anything to jeopardize her baby. During the alleged abduction, the English actress claimed that Israeli police threatened her friend. She was also purportedly harassed and was warned that she would be put to jail if she didn't surrender the baby. 

The star also caught the so-called abduction on video. On Twitter, the actress shared the accident and said: "The disturbing moment that the #Israeli #socialservices kidnapped my baby! We are all heartbroken! #IsraeliCrimes #unjust."

In defense, the Israeli police and social service officials said that they were acting on a court order in Gloria's best interest. The officials summed that they have just temporarily placed the baby in foster care, adding that various departments are handling the situation. 

Israel's International Ministry said that they have also communicated with the British welfare authorities. In a statement from The Times of Israel, the social services ministry said: "Our only priority is the welfare of the baby... we are trying to find the best solution."