Amanda Bynes points the finger of blame in new tweets

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The news that she is out and about again after being under psychiatric hold only broke today, but already Amanda Bynes is making her presence known on Twitter.

The troubled star, who has spent the past few weeks in a medical facility in California, is back on social media and is pointing the finger of blame.

The 28-year-old took to Twitter in the past hour to blast members of the media, writing: “Tamar Arminak it is illegal to talk to the press about my personal business. You are corrupt and belong in prison.”

The Hairspray star followed up with another message of warning, writing: “And no one should ever hire Richard Hutton. His daughter Jen Heger runs Radar Online and he tells her everything, also illegal and corrupt.

In another string of tweets sent out later in the afternoon, the actress accused her parents of lying about her and trying to steal her money, saying that she intends to challenge them in court today.

Amanda sparked concern last month after taking to Twitter to post a series of worrying messages, including detailed posts about her father making sexual advances on her during her childhood. She later retracted the statements, branding them as false.

According to reports, Amanda’s parents regained conservatorship over her after discovering that the star had purchased expensive jewellery and gifted it to total strangers.

We hope that these tweets aren’t a sign of another downward spiral.

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