Shemar Moore is "embracing his blessings."
Days after court documents revealed that the Criminal Minds star was robbed of more than $60,000 by a former guest actor on the hit crime show, Moore is focusing on the good things in life.
WATCH: 'Criminal Minds' Star Shemar Moore Robbed of $60K From Former Guest Actor
The 46-year-old actor took to Instagram on Friday to share a message about "pushing" forward.
"Appreciate who and what is good in your life.. We all have to weather storms from time to time," he wrote. "Learn lessons.. But find your smile and keep dreaming n pushing.. Embrace your blessings!!"
According to documents obtained by ET, actor Keith Tisdell was convicted of stealing money from Moore. While he guest starred on Criminal Minds, Tisdell was also involved with Moore's charity, Baby Girl LLC. An agreement was reached on Wednesday morning in California, in which Tisdell, 42, was ordered to pay restitution to Moore's non-profit, which aims to help those battling multiple sclerosis.
The Bounce Back star reportedly learned of the missing cash from an audit; Tisdell was arrested in January on suspicion of embezzlement.
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Moore's recent robbery is only the latest scandal to come from Criminal Minds.
Earlier this week, Thomas Gibson, who has starred as Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner on the CBS series since 2005, made headlines for allegedly kicking a writer in the leg over "creative differences." He was subsequently suspended from the show, and on Friday was permanently let go.
"I love Criminal Minds and have put my heart and soul into it for the last 12 years," Gibson said in response to his firing. "I had hoped to see it through to the end, but that won't be possible now. I would just like to say thank you to the writers, producers, actors, our amazing crew, and most importantly, the best fans that a show could ever hope to have."
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