Today Amanda Bynes finally got a little bit of good news for a change! TMZ is reporting that the New York Police Department didn’t actually find any drugs in Amanda’s possession the night she was arrested, and that if the broken glass object the site found yesterday was in fact the bong Amanda allegedly threw out of her apartment window, it doesn’t really matter because with the amount of time that has passed it wouldn’t be admissible as evidence anyway.
So, in summary, the police didn’t recover any drugs to support their marijuana possession charge and they didn’t find any remnants of a bong or vase or anything else thrown out the window to support the charges of reckless endangerment or possession of drug paraphernalia. In other words, they basically have no evidence — no proverbial smoking
gun bong. That only leaves Amanda’s claims that the arresting officer slapped her vagina for her to be right about everything!
Prior to the story today, Amanda took to Twitter to challenge TMZ’s claims to have potentially found the smoking bong on a third-floor sub-roof yesterday:
I’m suing Tmz for staging fake bong photos. It’s not even a bong! The photo shows it’s clearly a clear and blue stained glass Ciroc bottle from some random street. You can’t create fake evidence long they released me after they searched my apartment and the street and found no proof of drug use or drug paraphanilia inside or outside my apartment. They’re a lame excuse for a news source. They’re criminals and should be arrested! I was treated like an animal by the cops and I will do anything to receive justice. Tmz are liars and criminals for creating false evidence! My lawyer is sending a lawsuit to their office.
Then, after TMZ published the story that the NYPD has bupkus, Amanda wrote:
“@TMZ: Amanda Bynes — COPS GOT NOTHING … When It Comes to Drugs http://tmz.me/Zt7KgE” This is the first correct article except for one huge mistake! NOTHING was thrown out the window! I didn’t throw anything out of the window! For them to say “she confessed to throwing a vase out of the window” is false and illegal!
But before Amanda received all that good news she was partaking in one of her favorite past times: lashing out at the appearance of another female celebrity. The latest she-lebrity to get caught in Amanda’s crosshairs is Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model, John Legend fiance, and prolific tweeter Christine “Chrissy” Teigen who made the mistake of sharing these words yesterday:
The fact that Amanda Bynes has any “support” to retweet is really unsettling.
Support people with mental illness, yes. But don’t condone/enable scary and poor behavior.
That busted open the floodgates from Amanda!
@chrissyteigen Ur not a pretty model compared to me. I signed to Ford models @ age 13. I don’t look up to u beauty wise. I’m far prettier than u! I’m offended that you’re saying I have a mental illness when I show no sign of it, but thankfully not one man that wants me wants you and you are an old ugly model compared to me! You look 45! You’re not pretty so I’m not intimidated by you! I think you’re jealous that you’re just an ugly model whos career is uninspiring! I don’t respect you! You’re no beauty queen! I’m a beauty queen!
And just in case you have never seen Chrissy Teigen and you’re wondering if it’s possible Sports illustrated would include an “ugly old model” compared to Amanda Bynes, here’s a photo of Chrissy so you can decide for yourself:
Chrissy responded to Amanda’s lengthy judgmental statement with, “@AmandaBynes I’ve moved onto ham now, Amanda. Keep up.” (In reference to some more recent tweets Chrissy made about Honey Baked Ham.)
At this point Chrissy’s fans came rushing to her side to show their support, something the 27-year-old model strongly discouraged with these tweets:
Nope. Not going to indulge. Wish the best for her, truly.
Don’t, guys. Just don’t.
I never ask anything of you guys but please. I don’t need defending and please stop writing her. It’s not funny, it’s sad.
I def need some ham now.
Chrissy was co-hosting E! News today and she spoke with E! about her Twitter feud with Amanda Bynes. “I feel like, I’m always very outspoken, but it goes without saying, I think there’s a problem here,” Chrissy said. “Something’s wrong and I just loved her. I loved her so much and I was rooting for her for so long, and what’s happening now is wrong. And I think social media is really a bad point for her right now, so I felt the need to say it.”
She was then asked about her fans coming to her defense. “The hard part after was seeing them [followers] trying to defend me, and I don’t need that. I mean, it’s fine. I was fine with her comment.”
Just in case there was any doubt left in anyone’s mind, Amanda’s last tweet (at the time of this post) should clarify things for you:
I’m Not Crazy
— Amanda Bynes (@AmandaBynes) May 30, 2013
Stay tuned for more updates in the next edition of The New York Bynes!