Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 23 September 2014

Bynes goes on Twitter rant

Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes was ranting at a rumoured ex-boyfriend on Twitter Sunday afternoon, warning she planned to ignore him “on Twitter and in life forever”.

The 26-year-old actress is no stranger to the micro-blog and has won headlines over the past several months for posting worrying messages and photos of herself.

On Sunday she logged on to vent her frustrations with an ex-lover, according to Radar Online.

“When you write me on twitter and I ignore you it’s because I plan on ignoring you on twitter and in life forever,” Amanda wrote.

The Easy A star had posted a string of remarks on Saturday which appeared to be aimed at exes trying to get her attention.

The actress-turned-fashion designer suggested a few of her former lovers had been reaching out to her on Twitter and she’s had enough.

“If you were hot, I’d be so into you. Dedicated to my exes still tryna holla,” she wrote.

“If I’m not following you on twitter Quit acting like you know me,” she continued, adding in another message, “I want to be the only one you adore.”

Amanda did not elaborate on who she was referring to in the messages.

The former child star has won unfavourable headlines in recent months stemming a series of erratic driving incidents in 2012.

She subsequently moved to New York to pursue a career as a fashion designer. In February reports surfaced she was forced to move out of her apartment after receiving an eviction threat.

An insider told TMZ Amanda was considered to be a “building nuisance” and neighbours were complaining about marijuana smoke wafting from her apartment “morning, noon and night”.

Concerned reports began to surface as she took to Twitter to share random musings.

“I want @drake to murder my vagina,” read one such message tweeted on March 22.

Last week Amanda threatened to sue UsWeekly and for suggesting she is mentally unstable.

A legal representative for the star has yet to address those claims.

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