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The Schmooze

Don’t Diss Amanda Bynes, She Might Sue You

Fast on her way to becoming a kind of Jewish Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Bynes has attracted her fair share of attention lately with some pretty odd tweets.

Her latest one threatens to sue all the tabloids, blogs, magazines and news sources that have criticized her:

Cut short by Twitter’s 140 character limit, Bynes used TwitPlus to continue her rant, adding:

“I’m suing In Touch, Us Weekly, Perez Hilton for hiring paparazzi who follow me then take the worst photos with the worst angles. I’d like to put up their worst photos on my twitter until they only start putting up my twitter photos when writing a story when there is NO story, just an awful photo posted with instead of a caption, they say I have erratic behavior when I do NOTHING wrong. There’s NOTHING with my life, other than you putting up awful candid photo after photo. I’m working out, it’s hard getting in shape with an eating disorder. Please follow me on twitter then look forward to be sued if you if say I have erratic behavior or am living my life wrong in anyway.”

A lesson in how not to tweet.

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