Love says she only wanted to help because she's been in Bynes' shoes before, while Teigen finds it sad and unsettling that Bynes still has any 'support' to re-tweet despite her erratic behavior.
Amanda Bynes adds more enemies to her growing list. This time around, Courtney Love and Chrissy Teigen are on the receiving end of her wrath after the rocker and the model sounded off their concerns over her erratic behavior on Twitter.
Love first tweeted Bynes to "pull it together dude," but the former child actress didn't appreciate the tough love. She wrote back to the female rocker, "Courtney Love is the ugliest woman I've ever seen. To be mentioned by her at all makes me and all my friends laugh!"
She then re-tweeted a comment by actor Joel McHale, "My largest spit-take since 1988. Thank you Courtney." The "Community" actor seemed to see the irony in the situation, looking back at Courtney's own dark past with drug and alcohol abuse and arrests.
Courtney didn't seem to get offended though. "Amanda, I wasn't attacking you love. I've been in your shoes before, wasn't easy. DM me, let's talk. Ignore the haters," she posted, before chastising anyone who made fun of the ex-Nickelodeon star, "Will you people lay off on giving this girl such grief? Shes a beautiful talented young woman, we all go through our ups and downs. grow up!"
Alyssa Milano quickly offered her support to Courtney upon learning of her effort to reach out to the troubled star, "I would totally be there if you can reach her. Let me know if I can help in any way," to which Courtney replied, "So glad to see this. The industry can be so tough on the soul at times, but it redeems itself with people like you xc."
Bynes hasn't responded to the matter, but her tweet that attacked Courtney could no longer be found on her timeline.
After a Twitter showdown with Courtney, Bynes attacked Teigen after the model commented, "The fact that Amanda Bynes has any 'support' to retweet is really unsettling. Support people with mental illness, yes. But don't condone/enable scary and poor behavior." She later pled with her followers, "I never ask anything of you guys but please. I don't need defending and please stop writing her. It's not funny, it's sad."
In response, Bynes shouted a similar insult she threw Courtney's way, "Ur not a pretty model compared to me. I signed to Ford models @ age 13. I don't look up to u beauty wise. I'm far prettier than u! I'm offended that you're saying I have a mental illness when I show no sign of it."
"But thankfully not one man that wants me wants you and you are an old ugly model compared to me! You look 45! You're not pretty so I'm not intimidated by you! I think you're jealous that you're just an ugly model whos career is uninspiring! I don't respect you! You're no beauty queen! I'm a beauty queen!"
Calling people ugly is not something new to Bynes. In the past, she randomly called Jay-Z an "ugly face," before deleting it later. Not long time ago, she picked another random target by tweeting to Rihanna, "Chris Brown beat you because you're not pretty enough."
While Jay-Z and his diva wife Beyonce Knowles ignored Bynes' attack, RiRi fought back. The Bajan songstress retorted, "Ya see what happens when they cancel Intervention?" to which Bynes hotly replied, "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!" Once again, she later denied the tweet was from her.
Bynes also repeatedly threatened to sue media outlets for giving her negative publicity. She most-recently said, "Tmz is being sued as we speak. That's fake! They and NYPD is trying to frame me for a crime I didn't commit," after a picture of an alleged shattered bong which supposedly belonged to her was posted by the online publication.
"There was no drug paraphanilia in or around my apartment on the day I was arrested. Someone went to my apartment and photographed glass outside. This is the smutiest site of all. I've already forgotten about it! I'm drug free and love talking about it!" she continued in her own defense.