Published March 28, 2013
Amanda Bynes has turned angry.
The former Nickelodeon star is now threatening to sue media sites left and right for their recent coverage of her strange antics.
“I'm suing @usweekly & @perezhilton for continuing to act like I'm doing something wrong by tweeting and walking to photoshoots. F--k you!!!!”she posted on Twitter on Thursday.
Moments later, on a more positive note, she added: “Check my twitter for updates on my clothing and perfume line plus pix!”
Is Amanda trying to tell us something with her second message? That all is well and she is working on her fashion line as planned? Maybe.
But photos of the former child star, sadly, tell a different story. US Weekly reported on Wednesday that the actress was spotted wandering around Manhattan’s Times Square with a shirt over her head.
The report added that Bynes stopped inside a McDonalds nearby and reportedly got coffee and soda and “sipped both simultaneously.”
But drinking strange beverage combos isn’t the only unusual thing the actress has been up to lately.
She’s been tweeting up a storm lately, sharing a series of self-taken, revealing photos of her new look.
The once innocent-looking child comedian is now almost unrecognizable with intense makeup, puffy bleach blond hair, two studded cheek piercings and long fake fingernails.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, Bynes tweeted 10 photos of herself, taken in the mirror, showing off a low cut top, floral top.
“Looking pudgy and I broke my nail,” she wrote alongside one of the photos .
Bynes also recently shocked many when she tweeted a series of posts about rapper Drake, saying “I want @drake to murder my vagina.”
But as we reported last week, this strange behavior is nothing new for Bynes. Over the past year the star has been reportedly spotted partying in clubs alone and stumbling around the streets of NYC.
The 26-year-old is originally from California but reportedly relocated to New York last year.
Bynes first began acting in commercials at the age of 7 and was thrust into the limelight when she later became one of the stars of Nickelodeon’s comedy show “All That.” She then starred in Nickelodeon’s “The Amanda Show” from 1999-2002. Since then, her acting career has waned, and her last major role was in 2010’s “Easy A.” Before that she appeared in films like “What a Girl Wants” and “Hairspray.”
She said in a recent interview that she has retired from acting and plans to launch a fashion line.