Amanda Bynes: 'I'm suing everybody,' plans to become rapper

Actress Amanda Bynes (File/UPI Photo/Jim Ruymen)
Actress Amanda Bynes (File/UPI Photo/Jim Ruymen) | License Photo

Amanda Bynes is at it again on Twitter, and this time she has plans to sue everyone involved in her "mistaken" arrest. To better get her point across, she needed more than 140 characters, using a service that allows lengthy tweets.

She specifically lists causes for a suit against the New York Police Department, including "Illegally entering my apartment, lying about drugs on me, lying about me tampering with non existent drug paraphernalia... and being put into a mental hospital against my will."


Bynes, 27, was arrested last week for reckless endangerment after allegedly throwing a bong out her 36th-floor New York apartment. Bynes' lawyer denied the charges and accused police of illegally following Bynes into her apartment.

Bynes defended her image in the lengthy tweet, saying that she is getting in shape, getting a nose job and making plans to become a singer/rapper.

In the tweet, Bynes also says that she does not use drugs or alcohol because she is "allergic" and will sue her apartment complex for indicating otherwise. She has since retweeted users that stand behind her saying that she abstains from the substances.

She also retweeted several users that criticize the media that have covered Bynes' arrest.

"I'm free forever!" Bynes tweeted. "You can't lock up an innocent person! Thanks for caring! Look forward to seeing me in music videos!"

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