Amanda Bynes says she is bi-polar and manic-depressive

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BY AOL ENTERTAINMENT

Amanda Bynes revealed to the Twitter-verse early Tuesday morning that she is bi-polar and manic-depressive.

The declaration likely came as no surprise to those who have followed the "She's the Man" star over the past year.

After a stint in a psychiatric facility this summer, Bynes' troubles rekindled after she got her second DUI on September 28th.

In October, InTouch reported that Bynes told them she was engaged to a 19-year-old named Caleb, who they reported she said works in a "bait shop." InTouch also claimed that Bynes discussed the possibility of having children with Caleb.

"I want boys, for sure. However many I can pop out ... I don't want a gorgeous girl around. Then I [would] feel way jealous. Ew."

Bynes family and friends denied the claims straight away, telling Radar "She's delusional. This is just more proof of her shaky mental state."

Days later, Bynes denied them herself, tweeting that InTouch fabricated the story and threatening to sue any media who spread lies.

Three days later, the former Nickelodeon star ranted on Twitter that she was getting a restraining order against her father because he was abusive and tried to have sex with her when she was a child.

Two hours later, she rescinded her horrific accusations, blaming them on a microchip in her brain that was implanted by her father.

"My dad never did any of those things The [sic] microchip in my brain made me say those things but he's the one that ordered them to microchip me," she claimed.

All of the aforementioned Tweets have since been deleted.

Amanda Bynes Tweets She Was Diagnosed With Bipolar Disorder
Amanda Bynes Tweets She Was Diagnosed With Bipolar Disorder




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