Amanda Bynes Tweets About Mug Shot
Amanda Bynes, the troubled former child star, has taken back to Twitter to air her thoughts on her recent arrest and the resulting mug shot.
"I only smoke tobacco I don't drink or do drugs," she wrote on Twitter after her court appearance on Friday in which she denied all charges. "I've never had a bong in my life! I need to get another nose job after seeing my mugshot!"
Police arrived at Bynes’ midtown Manhattan apartment on Thursday night after a building official called in to report that she was smoking marijuana in the building’s lobby. When they approached her, she reportedly threw a bong out the window. Bynes was then arrested and booked for reckless endangerment, tampering with evidence and criminal possession of marijuana.
Although Bynes, 27, seems most fixated on her nose’s appearance in the mug shot, the internet has been more focused on her hair – or lack thereof. While the unkempt platinum blonde wig Bynes began sporting earlier this year was a shock (along with the cheek piercings), the cropped cut leaves the former Nickelodeon star almost unrecognizable.
Bynes was released without bail on Friday by Judge Neil Ross of the Criminal Court of the City of New York. However, Ross told Bynes that if she gets arrested again prior to her court date, or fails to make the July 9 date, he will set a high bail price.
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