Amanda Bynes SLAMS her explicit photos as fake; Attorney calls out Twitter for not closing imposter account
Amanda Bynes Says Her Explicit Photos Are Fake, Lawyer Tamar Arminak Blasts Twitter for Not Shutting down Imposter Account: “There’s Nothing Funny about What She Was Going through Mental Health-Wise….”
Amanda Bynes is setting the record straight about her ongoing nude photo controversy.
Amanda Bynes is putting an end to the rumors. A Twitter account claiming to be her recently posted an explicit photo of Bynes. In a statement to TMZ, the actress denied all of the allegations and revealed that the photo being circulated on the platform was not hers. For those unaware, Bynes recently completed her nearly nine-year conservatorship.
Her lawyer, Tamar Arminak, said in a statement that not only is the photo claiming to be hers fake, but so is the account claiming to be hers.
Bynes has spent years attempting to have the account terminated, according to the lawyer, but has made little progress.
As per Daily Mail, he claimed that Twitter had repeatedly refused their requests to deactivate the account @PersianLa27 on the grounds that it was a celebrity parody page. He also revealed that Bynes’ previous conservatorship was insufficient to convince Twitter to act.
Arminak pointed out that Twitter’s reaction to their requests was inadequate as he added, “There’s nothing funny about what she was going through mental health-wise and the fact Twitter thought it was appropriate to keep a parody account mocking what she was going through is disgusting.”
Bynes, on the other hand, has had some issues with her fiance, Paul Michael. Bynes revealed to her followers on Instagram a few weeks ago that she is terrified of him. In some videos, she also revealed that he had apparently stopped taking his medication and instead had been indulging in alleged drug abuse.