Amanda Bynes Tweets That Dad Is Ugly As Rupaul! Mad That Parents Says She Has Schizophrenia And Want Conservatorship[VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | June 02, 2013 09:01 PM EDT
Amanda Bynes tweets on Twitter that her dad is as ugly as RuPaul. The single twitter diss from Bynes manages to insult two people at one; her dad and Rupaul. Amanda's dad does not respond on twitter but RuPaul takes the mean "ugly" tweet like a champ and maturely puts Amanda Bynes in her place. Amanda is mad at her dad for saying Bynes had schizophrenia and is trying to gain conservatorship.
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Amanda Bynes is a pro at attacking people on twitter but this is the first double diss in the same tweet for Amanda.
Bynes posted on Twitter today, "My dad is as ugly as RuPaul! So thankful I look nothing like you both! I had nose surgery after my mug shots so my nose and I are gorgeous!"
RuPaul, responded maturely to Amanda's ugly comment with "Derogatory slurs are ALWAYS an outward projection of a person's own poisonous self-loathing @AmandaBynes."
RuPal then made a pun using Amanda's name. "I'm a man, duh!" Although a little cheesy RuPaul was tastefull and remained classy when responding to Amanda Bynes unclassy tweets.
Amanda recently tweeted that she does not speak to either of her parents. They fear their daughter suffers from schizophrenia and are trying to gain conservatorship but it's a difficult legal battle.
Her parents moved from Texas to L.A. a few years back to be closer to Amanda, in part because "for years, since Amanda was a teenager, she exhibited distressing behavior," says a source.
"Amanda has heard voices for years, and was concerned she was being spied on via smoke alarms, and clocks in her home," the insider continues. "She would cover electronic items because Amanda believed that was the only way she wouldn't be spied on. It's [an] extremely sad situation because Amanda just refuses to get help."
Apparently, her parents are trying anything they can think of to get her back on track
"Amanda's parents have been told it's much harder for them to get guardianship of their adult daughter in New York than if they were to have the proceedings take place in California," said sources, according to a Radar Online report Friday. "Under New York law, Amanda could have the option of having a jury of her peers decide if she was in need of having her parents take control of her life. In the California courts, a judge signs off on the conservatorship."
Bynes' parents are concerned about having a public jury decide whether the Easy A star is not able to take care of herself.
According to the New York state Mental Hygiene Law, Article 81, a family member can file to be appointed as the guardian, and the person in need of it, called an "Alleged Incapacitated Person," or AIG meets with a court evaluator. While this decision is pending, the judge can assign a temporary status to a guardian who is given authority over the person's needs and finances.
Her parents' main concern, Radar Online reported, is finding Bynes a mental health professional to properly diagnose and treat the Hollywood star.
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