Amanda Bynes 'trespasses at retirement home'

Amanda Bynes allegedly got into an argument with a taxi driver over the weekend.

Amanda Bynes has been accused of trespassing at a retirement home.

The actress’ bizarre behaviour has seen her at the centre of numerous headlines recently. She was accused of throwing a bong out of a window in New York City, has spoken about having plastic surgery graphically and slammed stars such as Rihanna for being “ugly” on Twitter.

It’s now been claimed that she got into a disagreement at a retirement home in Thousand Oaks, California, on Sunday evening.

According to TMZ the 27-year-old tried to gain access to the establishment but was asked to leave by management who felt she was under the influence of alcohol.

Although she was accused of trespassing, a taxi was called to ensure she got home safely. When the cab arrived Amanda reportedly got into an altercation with the driver.

“When she got into the cab she said… ‘Get me the f**k out of here… I don’t have any money.’ Naturally, the driver kicked her out at that point,” the site reports.

The actress then started making her way back to the retirement home, which is when police were called.

No record of an arrest has been found, with TMZ speculating the star may have been ticketed.

The website spoke to the taxi driver involved, who suggested Amanda was trying to visit a member of her family. She was born and raised in Thousand Oaks.

It’s been claimed Amanda has been seeking anger management help in Los Angeles recently.

She is also pursuing a new career in music as a rapper and has been offered a record deal by Chinga Chang Records to make her first album.

The company’s producer Daniel Herman is adamant she has what it takes to be a big name in hip-hop.

“I would have to be an idiot to not do everything in my power to create a classic album with her. It’s not about being more gangster than Drake, it’s about representing the culture and having the ability to make better music than him,” he said earlier this month.
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Tuesday, 23. July 2013