Amanda Bynes Slams Us Weekly Staff
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Amanda Bynes Slams Us Weekly Staff

In yet another Twitter tirade, Amanda Bynes lashed out against Us Weekly, using very harsh words about the magazine's staff of editors.

Bynes took to the social media site multiple times between yesterday and today, showing disgust toward the publication and renewing her threats to sue the mag — she even launched into the definition of libel.

Her first long Twitter message read:

Yet again, I'm suing @UsWeekly for writing another false story. NOTHING is wrong with me! All Trash mags - contact me personally since you r talking to people I DON'T KNOW then claiming they know me. Please say names of those supposed sources, they sound like you made them up like the crazy person you're trying to portray me as in your ugly magazine.

I'm talking to the ugly Asian editor and all the ugly women I met when I did a shoot with you. I am suing you every week you put up awful photos with a false "I'm crazy" story. You have never contacted me once to find out who I am or what I'm up to. F*ck You.

Bynes' problem with the magazine are quite evident, and she has no shame calling the editors by terrible names, as seen above. But she wasn't through!

In another long Tweet this morning, the former "it girl" launched into another tirade:

This is DISGUSTING! I don't know why @UsWeekly thinks they are legally allowed to say I have a mental illness and need to be "Commited" - Shocked and horrified! It helps to have met them, it's run by the ugliest women and men I've ever met. I'm suing them for writing OFFENSIVE headlines about me weekly! Read my twitter! What about it makes me seem mentally ill? I've lost respect for everyone who works for @UsWeekly.

Bynes then defined libel and slander for everyone, providing a rare, educational tweet:

The reason I'm suing everyone I'm suing: defamation (of character) n. the act of making untrue statements about another which damages his/her reputation. If the defamatory statement is printed or broadcast over the media it is libel and, if only oral, it is slander.

It isn't clear what story started the beef between Bynes and the entertainment mag, but whatever it is sure isn't going away anytime soon.

But don't worry, it seems the anger has halted for a while, as the fallen starlet has now resumed posting selfies.

Source: Gossip Cop

04.21.2013 / 08:00 PM EDT by Carson Blackwelder
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