Amanda Bynes calls Rihanna tweets 'fake' as NYPD denies 'groping' allegations
"Amanda Bynes pull it together dude." That's Courtney Love's advice to the increasingly wayward former Nickelodeon star. And when Courtney Love tells you to get your Twitter-act together, it's time to re-evaluate your social media presence. Of course, we can probably all agree it's time for Amanda Bynes to re-evaluate more than just her Twitter feed.
After her arrest and marijuana charge last week, Bynes accused the NYPD of sexually harassing her. On Tuesday, NYPD spokesperson Paul Browne announced that "Internal Affairs investigators have found no evidence to corroborate Ms. Bynes' allegations. To the contrary, a credible civilian witness who was with the officers throughout [the fracas] told investigators that none touched Ms. Bynes inappropriately or otherwise engaged in misconduct at any time."
The former actress, who recently tweeted that she was getting a "nose job" and looked forward to a successful career as "a singer/rapper," also appeared to send a string of nasty tweets at Rihanna, calling her "fugly," among other insults. But on Sunday night, Bynes posted another rant -- this time, claiming she'd been framed by a follower "mocking up fake tweets."
"Rihanna and I met and I'm sure we'll be in a music video together one day!" she wrote. Bynes went on to refute claims that she has a drug problem and needs rehab. "I refuse to be treated like someone I'm not, which is why I fought for myself and am suing everyone involved. My lawyer knows I'm a model citizen who doesn't partake in drugs. He's going to court this week to set the record straight again on my behalf. Thankfully I'm an educated multi-millionaire who knows better than to speak to perverted unjust cops without my lawyer."
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