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Amanda Bynes’ Bizarre Behavior: Mutters To Herself, Bursts Into Tears At Gymnastics Class

Amanda Bynes

Apr. 8 2013, Published 9:22 a.m. ET

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Troubled starlet Amanda Bynes continues to display erratic and bizarre behavior in New York, according to a new report Monday.

The former Nickelodeon child star, now 27, was asked to leave a gymnastics class after muttering to herself and bursting into tears, according to The New York Post.

Witnesses told Page Six that Bynes -- who recently tweeted that she has an eating disorder -- stunned onlookers at the Adult Gymnastics class at Chelsea Piers when she “showed up in fishnets and a leotard that looked like lingerie.”

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The staff, according to Page Six, became alarmed about Bynes, who was “muttering to herself” and then “burst into tears when she attempted a cartwheel and her dark-colored wig fell off.”

It’s not the first time Bynes has attended the class; she first turned up there by herself about a month ago.

“She immediately started acting strangely,” our source said. “She lined up with the other gymnasts, and each took their turn to perform a roll. But Amanda just walked out on the mat, was spinning around in circles and mumbling to herself,” the source told the Post.

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Later, when the others were performing cartwheels, Amanda “did a cartwheel, but her wig fell off, and she sat down and cried.”

The source said Bynes was asked to leave the class after a number of other incidents, including walking in front of others as they performed exercises.

The source said, “She went two weeks in a row, but the second time, she was escorted out. Staff were concerned about her manner and worried she might be a hazard to other people in the class.”



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