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Amanda Bynes' Downward Spiral

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By: Stephanie Saccente

Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the past few weeks, you've probably seen or at least heard about the train wreck that is Amanda Bynes. The former Nickelodeon child star has come a long way since retiring from acting in 2010, and by come a long way I actually mean epically failed as a person.

            If you haven't looked up Bynes on Twitter yet, I highly suggest you stop whatever you're doing and do so right now. On her page, you'll find endless tweets about her love and hatred towards rap star Drake, posting such things as "Drake Is The Most Gorgeous Man On The Face Of The Earth" one day and a few days later following with tweets about how ugly he is. Drake isn't the only person she has publicly insulted on social media; Bynes also recently tweeted about how she thought Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are ugly.

            As if bi-polar tweets weren't enough, Bynes has also openly expressed her body insecurities and her plans to undergo various plastic surgery procedures. Just least week, Bynes tweeted about how much she loves having plastic surgery and her transformation plan. "I Plan On Having Surgery On My Whole Face Straight Up," Bynes tweeted on June 27.  Although, even before any of her procedures, you probably wouldn't recognize the girl we all use to watch and love. Currently you'll find Bynes with a cheek piercing on both cheeks, poorly dyed beach blonde hair, and a sense of style that would easily make the "Worst Dressed" page in People Magazine.

            So what happened to the sweet and innocent girl millions worldwide once admired? Is this breakdown the result of her built-up stress caused by her child stardom? Or maybe this is all due to her recent run-ins with the law including a DUI charge, numerous hit-and-runs and marijuana possession. Whatever the situation maybe, her recent outrages has attracted close to 3 million Twitter followers, and endless publicity from the media. Following this train wreck can be a good lesson: if you're ever having a bad day, at least you're not Amanda Bynes. 

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