LOS ANGELES: It seems that every teen star who once appeared in shows for either Disney or Nickelodeon in rather innocent characters, has gone wild. Be it Demi Lovato, Lindsay Lohan or Glee’s Cory Monteith, many teen celebrities have fallen off the wagon. Even Amanda Bynes, the angelic Daphne Reynolds from What A Girl Wants, has had quite a dramatic year, thanks to her drug addiction.
The She’s The Man star recently accused rapper Drake of stalking her, however, it seems that she is more obsessed with him than the other way round. Although Drake does not follow her on Twitter, Bynes claims that he is obsessed with her, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“Drake stalks me, but isn’t following me on Twitter. He’s ugly and I won’t stop making fun of his ugly face! I laugh @ every photo I see of him,” tweeted Bynes on July 7. She even tweeted a photograph of Drake and wrote, “He’s ugly.”
When fans suggested that she and the rapper are good friends, she retaliated by posting, “Drake is not my friend or I would not be talking about him this way.”
The 27-year-old actor has been a lot in the news lately for displaying erratic behaviour in recent months. She was recently charged with attempted evidence tampering, reckless endangerment and marijuana possession after being arrested at her apartment in New York City on May 23. She posted these messages about Drake just one day after she appeared in court. The next hearing for the case will be on August 26.
Shortly before appearing in court, Amanda complained that she was very unhappy after undergoing her fourth nose job over the weekend. “My surgeon broke my nose during surgery but hasn’t finished my nose! It’s still broken and I can’t breathe. I hate taking pictures with a broken nose,” she posted on Twitter.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 15th, 2013.
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