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Amanda Bynes Denies Problem Although Kicked Out of Gym Class for Odd Behavior

By Staff Writer | September 20, 2012 06:39 PM EDT

Amanda Bynes Denies Problem Although Kicked Out of Gym Class for Odd Behavior
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Actress Amanda Bynes is back in the spotlight again for her odd behavior at a workout class in Hollywood Tuesday night.

TMZ reports that according to sources at Equinox, Amanda suddenly stopped participating in the 50-minute spin class and getting up to wander around in search of a new bike.

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Once finding a new bike Amanda then reportedly took off her top to reveal "a tiny black strapless push up bra... not a sports bra."

After she begins cycling again for about 25 minutes, Amanda stops her workout to dig through her Louis Vuitton purse to reapply her makeup.

Due to a series of disruptive behavior the instructor finally told the actress to leave his class.

Amanada spoke out telling People magazine on Wednesday stating that she is "doing amazing."

 

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