Amanda Bynes Has Been
Released From Her
Psych — And She’s
After being held on a psychiatric hold for nearly two weeks, Amanda Bynes resurfaced roaming LA”s Sunset Strip last night, Oct. 30. And now, just hours later, she’s back on Twitter — and things are looking seriously concerning.
Initially the 27-year-old posted two tweets attacking two legal professionals — including her parent’s spokesperson, Tamar Arminak, who “belongs in prison” because “it is illegal to talk to the press about her personal business.”
She then accused Sam Lutfi of hacking her Twitter moments before the three original tweets disappeared and were replaced by one that contradicted her earlier tweets, saying, “It is not illegal to talk about my personal business.”
Amanda then seemingly resumed control of her account.
“I am going to court today with my lawyer to prove that I am more than capable of handling my personal life and finances and I am enraged,” she wrote.
Another tweet — which has since been deleted — read, “I am Amanda Bynes and I will fight for my freedom from my parents because they don’t know the first thing about how to take care of me!”
She then went on to accuse her father of abusing her — an outrageous claim that she made, and later retracted saying, “the microchip in [her] brain made [her] say those things” — before repeating her previous message about taking her parents to court.
She went on to address rumors about her living situation before sharing her plans for the future and accusing her parents and Sam Lufti of abuse one last time.
This story is still developing, please check back for updates.