In Touch Magazine recently printed a report claiming that Amanda Bynes was at the Beach Bum Tanning salon in New York City walking around the lobby naked after purchasing a mystic tan session:
“She walked out of the room completely naked,” the eyewitness tells In Touch. “She didn’t seem to care that everyone saw her naked.” “She seemed totally out of it,” the eyewitness says. “She took her time walking back to the Mystic room, dragging her fingers along the wall and smiling at customers who passed her."
A claim that she denied, Amanda then went on to state to US Weekly that she was suing the publication:
"I'm suing In Touch for printing a fake story. I'm not 'troubled.' I don't get naked in public. I'm 26, a multi-millionaire, retired. Please respect my privacy."
Well it turns out the CEO of the salon, James Oliver, has confirmed the story is bogus telling Us Weekly:
"Employee testimony and security footage have confirmed that Ms. Bynes was not acting inappropriately," he tells Us in a statement. "She is a long-time client and we stand by her account."
If you were the CEO of a salon that a famous person frequented, you would probably release the same type of statement. I'm not stating she was naked or acting inappropriately but Amanda has been making headlines a lot lately with claims of her erratic behavior and also her entire management team quitting on her. Something seems up. Either way, if it's a case of mental illness we hope she gets the help she needs.