Amanda Bynes Reveals Eating Disorder, Threatens to Sue Media For Using 'Bad' Photos and Mental Illness Claims

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In a continuation of her apparent and highly publicized downward spiral, actress Amanda Bynes dropped another bomb on her Twitter followers Thursday night, admitting that she suffers from an eating disorder:

 

 

During the past month, Bynes has posted multiple pictures of herself in everything from blonde wigs to blue lipstick.

In February, the actress admitted to US Weekly that she had a desire to lose 20 pounds off her 5-foot-8-inch frame in the magazine’s “25 Things You Don’t Know About Me” series.

“I moved to New York City, and I love it! I lost 4 pounds since I moved. I’m 121 pounds -- my goal is 100 pounds,” she said.

The 27-year-old also threatened to take legal action over what she is calling “lies” being published about her in the press regarding one recent report in which the star insisted she had a redheaded imposter who was posing as her in New York.

Bynes tweeted:

 

 

The actress also threatened to take legal action against certain parties who she claimed have said she has a “mental illness”:

 

 

Media outlets aren’t the only ones under attack from the former child star. Bynes’ 2007 “Hairspray” co-star Nikki Blonsky was recently scolded by the troubled actress, according to BuzzFeed.

Blonsky contacted the actress via Twitter last month, saying:

 

 

Bynes responded harshly to her co-star in a subsequent tweet, BuzzFeed reported:

 

 

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