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After a busy few weeks of taking to Twitter to air her issues with the media, Amanda Bynes is back at it again, this time targeting US Weekly.
On Saturday (April 20), the “Easy A” actress threatened to sue the magazine and slammed the publication for a story which she claims makes her out to be a “crazy person.”
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Taking care of her to-do list, Amanda Bynes hailed a cab while out and about in New York City yesterday afternoon (April 18).
And though she claims to hate paparazzi attention, the “Sydney White” actress was easy to spot thanks to her fluorescent yellow heels and crazy blonde hair.
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Stepping out for an afternoon stroll, Amanda Bynes went about her day in New York City on Tuesday (April 16).
The troubled starlet toted her gold Louis Vuitton, while covering up her hair extensions hack job with a red trucker hat as she made her way past the awaiting shutterbugs.
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She’s definitely not known for her common sense, so it’s not surprising that Amanda Bynes posted more bizarre content via her Twitter account.
The “She’s the Man” actress shared a weird self-made video yesterday (April 15), making faces and grooving to some tunes while the camera rolled.
Trying in vain to control the rumor mill, Amanda Bynes took to Twitter to inform her audience that the only source of the truth comes from herself.
On Thursday (April 11), the "All That" star posted, "I don't speak to my parents anymore, they don't talk to reporters on my behalf. Don't believe anything you read about me unless I tweet it."
While stories of her strange behavior continue to make headlines, Amanda Bynes stepped out in New York City smoking a hand-rolled cigarette on Monday (April 8).
The "All That" star wore a black jacket, gray top, black leggings and tan fuzzy-lined boots as she puffed away, carrying a large gold handbag.
Shortly after revealing she had an eating disorder, Amanda Bynes stayed on her Twitter soapbox to rail against "fake" articles about her.
On Thursday, the "All That" star posted, "I don't read articles written about me unless I give an interview for a magazine. They're fake! Don't trust what u read on sites!"
Adding to her nutty Twitter legacy, Amanda Bynes celebrated her 27th birthday by sharing more personal information on the social networking site the following day.
The “She’s the Man” actress posted, “I have an eating disorder so I have a hard time staying thin,” to over half a million followers Thursday (April 4).