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Amanda Bynes took a cheap shot at Rihanna via Twitter after she was arrested and released for possession and allegedly throwing a bong out of her apartment window. Bynes went on a Twitter rampage, attacking the singer apparently at random.
"@rihanna Chris brown beat you because you're not pretty enough," Bynes initially tweeted, before following it up with another insult. "@rihanna no one wants to be your lover so you call everyone and their mother that I almost named my new dog Rihanna."
Even though Bynes deleted the tweets, fans had already seen them and so had the target of her attack, Rihanna.
"Ya see what happens when they cancel Intervention?" Rihanna tweeted, suggesting that Bynes needs professional help.
"@rihanna unlike ur fugly faced self I don't do drugs! U need the intervention dog! I met ur ugly face in person! U aren't pretty u know it!" Bynes replied.
She has since claimed that those tweets were fake and that she is sure she and Rihanna "will be in a music video together one day!" Bynes now plans to re-launch her career as a singer and rapper, having retired from acting.
"I saw a bunch of mocked up tweets about me bashing Rihanna in my mentions," Bynes tweeted. "I'm followed by so many people that someone is always mocking up fake tweets so I feel the need to address them. Rihanna and I met and I'm sure we'll be in a music video together one day!"
Bynes has threatened to sue the New York Police Department, and one officer in particular whom she claims sexually assaulted her.
"For once and for all, this is the last thing I'll say about the mistaken arrest. I'm suing NYPD for illegally entering my apartment, lying about drugs on me and lying about me tampering with non existent drug paraphernalia, then I'm suing for being put into a mental hospital against my will, then locked up overnight for coming home after a facial and working out with my trainer like the good girl that I am," Bynes explained in a series of tweets.
Bynes was arrested on Thursday and taken to mental facility for a psychiatric evaluation. She was released on her own recognizance the next day to face charges of possession and violating her probation.