Is Amanda Bynes' recent looney behavior a sign that something is deeply wrong with her — is it or all an act?
A Hollywood publicist who once represented Kim Zolciak claims Amanda Bynes admitted to him it's all been an act and has helped her get to 2 million Twitter followers.
Jonathan Jaxson, no stranger to controversy himself, claims that the What I Like About You star sent him text messages saying her entire public meltdown has been a ruse to revive her career, uploading screenshots of the messages on his Twitter page.
The messages read, "All this has been an act and you know it! I am an actress and know what I am doing. I got to 2 million followers and now everyone wants me, I am smart and not stupid. Everyone mentions my name. The world loves me!"
In more bizarre and contradictory behavior, after a week of needling her crush, superstar rapper Drake, Bynes, 27, changed course early Friday, tweeting, "I'm sorry about the tweets I said about @drake I didn't mean what I said. I hope to become friends with him instead of smashing him!"