Amanda Bynes dumped by management

2012-09-21 19:12
Los Angeles - Amanda Bynes has been dropped by her agent, publicist and entertainment lawyer, reports TMZ.

The troubled Easy A actress has been abandoned by three members of her team in recent weeks, with them all claiming it is due to her behaviour becoming increasingly erratic in recent months.

One source told TMZ.com that Amanda's management team has not been able to get in touch with her in over a month and all their attempts to help her before she went under, has failed.

Amanda denies drinking and driving


Amanda has had a turbulent few months, including recently having her car impounded and her driving licence suspended while she faces charges of driving under the influence and multiple accusations of hit and run.

The 26-year-old star denies she is responsible, saying she never drinks and drives as well as claiming she is quitting acting, which could explain why she hasn't talked to her managers.

"I am doing amazing. I am retired as an actor. I am moving to New York to launch my career. I am going to do a fashion line. I am not talking about being arrested for DUI because I don't drink, and I don't drink and drive. It is all false," she recently told People magazine.

Stripping at a gym

Despite her assertions, Amanda was again involved in two bizarre incidents earlier this week. In one incident she went about locking herself in a store changing room for nearly two hours, refusing to come out. The other incident took place at a gym in Hollywood, when she went off stripping during a spinning class.

"Amanda stopped to take her T-shirt off, revealing only a tiny, black, strapless push-up bra - not a sports bra. She then picked up her Louis Vuitton handbag and pulled out her makeup kit and started reapplying her lipstick and eyeliner while looking at herself in the large mirror in front of her," an onlooker in the class told TMZ.

Comments

  • preshen.govender.90 - 2012-09-22 10:00

    can we have the picture of the "Stripping at a gym" incident for research purposes

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