Amanda Bynes reportedly got upset with a fan who tried to take her photos in Atlantic City over the weekend. Brett Cohen and his father Bobby were in New Jersey to celebrate Father's Day when the two saw the former child actress rushing into Revel Resort with many bags in her hands.
Brett said that no one recognized her. However, he was wondering if the young woman in the trademark blonde wig was really the "She's the Man" actress. Brett then decided to take a picture of her using his cell phone. "A few minutes later she came out. As soon as we saw her coming my dad whipped his phone out and went a few feet back to snap a picture of her. He is probably the person who knows her the least. He just wanted to get a photo of her for the hell of it," Brett told E! News.
"As soon as he took the picture she kind of stopped and said 'Sir, I need you to delete that. You can't take pictures of me.' She kind of lunged at him to take his phone. She is trying to grab his phone from him and he starts walking away from her. She started following him and touching his shoulder trying to get his phone," Brett said.
According to Brett, his father told her, "You are harassing me. Stop following me." Security team later stopped them and Amanda made a complaint at the front desk. Brett and his father talked to the security, but they were allowed to keep staying at the resort.
Brett, who got famous for his "Fake Celebrity Pranks New York City" video last year, told the site that Amanda apparently was having a hard time. "I feel bad for her. Everyone goes through tough times, I feel bad that it's so public. It's unfortunate," he said.