The former child actress says she's having issues with body image, stating that she has 'a hard time staying thin.'
It looks like Amanda Bynes tries to defend her weight gain after she herself tweeted last month that she looked "pudgy" along with a selfie that saw her flaunting her ample cleavage. "I have an eating disorder so I have a hard time staying thin," she wrote Thursday night, April 4.
She was also not impressed by the photos used by the media. "They write a news article about every tweet I write and I hate the pictures they choose. They repeat what I tweet then add a bad photo," she complained. "Only use photos from my twitter when writing an article about me."
Before her eating disorder revelation, Bynes tweeted her plan to lose weight. "I moved to New York City and I love it! I lost 4 lbs. since I moved. I'm 121 lbs - my goal is 100 lbs," the former Nickelodeon star once posted. "I gain weight quickly so I need to work out constantly."
When she didn't address her weight on Twitter, 27-year-old Bynes usually took to the micro-blogging site to write some random things ranging from her bizarre desire for Drake to "murder [her] vagina" to her claim that she had a redheaded imposter roaming around New York.
The actress also sort of gave a shout-out to some tabloids who gave her negative publicities, although it might not be the kind of shout-out they expected from her. "I'm suing certain blogs and magazines saying I have a mental illness! They take pictures anytime I've gained weight then write a fake story!" she ranted.