Amanda Bynes has repeatedly requested that media outlets use pictures from her Twitter account, and not old file photos, when writing news stories about her, and in her latest post she finally explained why.
"The reason I've asked all magazines and blogs to stop using old photos of me is I don't look like that anymore!" the 27-year-old actress wrote on Twitter Sunday. "I had a nose job to remove skin that was like a webbing in between my eyes."
Ever since the "Easy A" star re-joined Twitter on January she's been complaining about the media's intensive coverage of her life claiming they often write fake stories and use the worst pictures of her.
Part of the reason Bynes decided to come clean about her nose job was to get the media to use the new pictures that she posts on Twitter with her new look.
"I wasn't going to tell anyone, but I look so much prettier in my new photos that I don't want old photos used anymore! I'm so sick of magazines and blogs using old photos! When will they stop? I will never look like that again!" she wrote.
Bynes, who has declared she'd like to lose 35 pounds, concluded her post by adding that undergoing surgery had done wonders for her self-steem.
"Having surgery was the most amazing thing for my confidence!" she wrote.