Jailed pharmacy exec Martin Shkreli, 34, managed to come out as transgender and issue a complaint against his fellow inmates in a single Facebook post that was quickly snatched down on Wednesday.
The much-hated "Pharm Bro" was convicted of securities fraud in August.
Shkreli's bond was revoked and he was jailed in September after he wrote a bizarre Facebook post offering to pay $5,000 for a strand of Hillary Clinton's hair.
His now-deleted Facebook post read: "My fellow inmates refuse to acknowledge my pronoun preference" -- followed by a sad face emoji.
As far as anyone can tell, the Facebook post on Wednesday is Shkreli's first and only contact with the outside world via social media since he was locked up.
Jail officials quickly notified Facebook to take the post down.
Shkreli's dilemma draws similarities to Bradley "Chelsea" Manning, the convicted Army traitor who came out as transgender in prison.
Manning, 29, served nearly 7 years of a 35-year sentence before he was granted clemency by former President Barack Obama earlier this year.
Manning often complained about the lack of treatment for his gender dysphoria condition while in a military prison.