May 28, 2013
Amanda Bynes Issues Tweet Threat to NYPD, Apartment Building Bosses
Actress Amanda Bynes has threatened to sue New York Police Department (NYPD) officials and staff at her Manhattan apartment complex following her marijuana possession arrest last week in a new Twitter.com rant.
Maintaining she's "proud to not be a drug or alcohol user" the Hairspray star has issued a rambling new tweet, which she promises will be the "last thing I'll say about the mistaken arrest".
She then rages, "I'm suing NYPD for illegally entering my apartment, lying about drugs on me and lying about me tampering with non existent drug paraphernalia, then I'm suing for being put into a mental hospital against my will, then locked up overnight for coming home after a facial and working out with my trainer like the good girl that I am."
She adds, "I'm allergic to alcohol and drugs and don't partake in any of the above. I'm so offended by all of this but so proud to not be a drug or alcohol user. I don't need to talk about this anymore. My lawyer and I are taking this offense so seriously! Everything they did was against the law.
"I was so offended to even be taken to a mental hospital and they would not let me call my lawyer until the next day after being in jail all night, then I went to court and was immediately released because the judge saw that I was wrongly arrested.
"The cops found no proof of any type of drug use or evidence of drug paraphernalia such as a bong in or around my apartment.
"I'm also suing my apartment complex for lying about me smoking in my building. I'm free forever! You can't lock up an innocent person!"
And Bynes concludes her latest missive by writing, "Look forward to seeing me in music videos! I'm getting in shape and getting a nose job! I'm looking forward to a long and wonderful career as a singer/rapper!"
Police claim they raided the actress' apartment on Thursday night after responding to a report that she was smoking pot in the building's lobby. They claim Bynes threw a bong out of her window as they arrived. She was later taken to Roosevelt Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation and charged with marijuana possession, tampering with evidence and reckless endangerment.