Amanda Bynes Evicted From Her New York Apartment: Tenants Planned To Kick Her Out Weeks Before Her Arrest
By Staff Writer | June 03, 2013 10:10 AM EDT
Amanda Bynes has allegedly been evicted from her New York City apartment following her May 23 arrest, but tenants and management had been looking for ways to evict her for weeks before her arrest, according to In Touch Weekly.
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The troubled Hollywood actress, who was arrested for smoking marijuana and throwing a bong from her window at her swanky midtown Manhattan apartment, had been receiving complaints from tenants about her use of controlled substances and boorish behavior.
"Even before her arrest, residents had constant complaints about the smell of marijuana coming from her apartment," a reliable source told In Touch Weekly.
"She had also cursed out residents and the doormen, and the smell of pot from her apartment was really annoying people."
The 27-year-old actress was dismissed from the building on Tuesday just before movers showed up and removed her belongings from her apartment, according to In Touch Weekly.
While management at Bynes' apartment were the ones who prompted the police about her rolling a joint, smoking marijuana in the lobby and throwing a bong out of her 36th-floor window before her arrest, they were never able to find drug paraphernalia or proof of her activity.
Following her arrest, Bynes accused the NYPD of sexual harassment and false arrest.
"The New York case doesn't seem like much of a case, really. I mean, come on," Bynes' lawyer Richard Hutton told People Magazine.
"Even if you believe everything you hear, it's something that amounts to virtually nothing."
Bynes is scheduled to return to court on July 18 for her DUI case.
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